John Stuart Mill’s “On Liberty” is huge in politics and criminal law: but what are the limits of freedom? And how does the history of the British Empire in India come into it?
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David Goldberg, “Liberalism’s Limits,” in Nineteenth Century Contexts
Falguni Sheth, Toward a Political Philosophy of Race
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