What would be a sustainable liberalism ?
Que serait un libéralisme soutenable ?
Claude Gamel ()
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Claude Gamel: LEST - Laboratoire d'Economie et de Sociologie du Travail - AMU - Aix Marseille Université - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
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In France, liberalism is not a well-known philosophy, which is even often caricatured. After more than thirty years of personal academic research, the idea of developing a "sustainable" version of liberalism came to me slowly, which finally led to a book recently published (2021). The current text outlines the four basic components of which the book is the result (I) and the perspective adopted – Rawlsian "property-owning democracy" rather than Hayekian "rules of just conduct" (II). In fact, my (socially) sustainable liberalism is a true puzzle, in so far it aims to combine pieces borrowed from four authors – Hayek and Rawls, but also Sen and Van Parijs (III). In conclusion, such a liberalism could not be a completely sustainable one, because of course it concerns justice in society, but it is not enough to deal with other important challenges to be met in the contemporary world (IV).
Keywords: rules of just conduct; property-owning democracy; labour; capabilities; basic income; capacités; revenu de base; règles de juste conduite; démocratie de propriétaires; travail (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Nichifutsu bunka. 日仏文化 : Revue de collaboration culturelle franco-japonaise , 2023, 92, pp.113-126
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