The first section provides evidence in support of Morris's liberalistic
concern for the rights of minorities.
We cannot help ourselves." Moreover, he points out that "there is much in the liberalistic
theory which is good and true; for example, not to say more, the precepts of justice, truthfulness, sobriety, self-command, benevolence." The problem is not the principles of liberalism as such, but the invocation of these principles in an attempt "to supersede, to block out, religion." When that happens, Newman states, "we pronounce it [liberalism] to be evil." (17)
Although this type of liberalistic
argument represented a strong trend in the press until the 1990s, there was variation in its visibility relative to other forms of alcohol regulation.
Before Molnar's piece came out, there were earlier valuative essays, not specifically designated as reconsiderations, for instance, Nancy Maveety's on "Liberalistic
Order: The Work of Gottfried Dietze" (Fall 1989) and John W.
After all, Socialism was supposed to defend humans being exploited by the anarchistic and liberalistic
forces of Capitalism.
Close personal contact with patient suffering, a strong liberalistic
view of patient autonomy and values, and a revised notion of the professional's role feature time and again as justifications for involvement.
Entrenched behind the liberalistic
phase of the freedom of teaching and research, the universities have balked every effort at reform which was repeatedly urged upon them by outside forces that wished to bring them more in line with modem social conditions.