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Far from being textual literalists, their illiberalism tends toward the vague, populist variety.
So we need to focus on real-world justice by going beyond the narrow dichotomies of liberalism and illiberalism and seeing the issues in strategic, political, and practical terms.
But what is striking to me about these appeals is their utter refusal to examine the complicity of the entire global art system and its tacit acquiescence to the illiberalism of autocrats and despots.
This study has taken care not to suggest that illiberalism should be considered a general prerequisite for aggression in foreign policy, or that we should expect all authoritarian states to act irresponsibly towards other international actors.
Larry Alexander, Illiberalism All the Way Down: Illiberal
Though Hunt in his vituperation betrays his own kind of intemperate illiberalism, he praises Shelley for enlightened tolerance.
Kim Traynor (New York, 1985); Jurgen Kocka, Industrial Culture and Bourgeois Society: Business, Labor and Bureaucracy in Modern Germany (New York, 1999); Eric Dorn Brose: Technology and Science in the Industrializing Nations 1500-1914 (New Jersey, 1998); Abigail Greene, State-Building and Nationhood in 19th Century Germany (New York, 2001); Konrad Jaurausch, Students, Society and Politics in Imperial Germany: The Rise of Academic Illiberalism (Princeton, NJ, 1982); Fritz Ringer, The Decline of the German Mandarins: The German Academic Community, 1890-/933 (Hanover, 1990); Frederic J.
In his preface to The Failure of Illiberalism (1972), Stern wrote:
Schaller only seems to have underestimated the degree to which mounting an offensive against the illiberalism of the South might bring home at least some disaffected whites to the Democratic party.
As part of this quest, traditions of tolerance within the Islamic heritage that historically have accommodated a diversity of perspectives and have helped to keep extremism at bay for lengthy periods clearly need to be brought to the forefront by Muslims today as they battle intolerance and illiberalism in their midst.
Historically we have not found a single case of an authoritarian government practicing illiberalism at home while practicing liberalism abroad.
Accordingly, the 1930s system should not be regarded as a return to the illiberalism of the Meiji leadership, but may be more usefully interpreted as a new type of mass-based authoritarianism that ironically built upon the democratic and populist developments of the 1920s.