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For Deleuze, these challenges provide an opportunity to reconfigure particular philosophical problems - for example, the problem of individuation - and to develop new concepts in response to them. The highly original research presented in this book explores the mathematical construction of Deleuze's philosophy, as well as addressing the undervalued and often neglected question of the mathematical thinkers who influenced his work. In the wake of Alain Badiou's recent and seemingly devastating attack on the way the relation between mathematics and philosophy is configured in Deleuze's work, Simon B.
Duffy offers a robust defence of the structure of Deleuze's philosophy and, in particular, the adequacy of the mathematical problems used in its construction. By reconciling Badiou and Deleuze's seemingly incompatible engagements with mathematics, Duffy succeeds in presenting a solid foundation for Deleuze's philosophy, rebuffing the recent challenges against it.
Hinlicky "Adkins and Hinlicky succeed in opening up new directions, for both philosophy and theology, beyond deism, theism, and atheism This book takes up the problem of the relation between philosophy and theology and proposes that this relation can be reconceived if both philosophy and theology are seen as different ways of organising affects. Brent Adkins and Paul R. Hinlicky break new ground in this timely debate in two ways.
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Firstly, they lay bare the contemporary dependence on Kant and propose that our Kantian inheritance leaves us with an insuperable dualism. Secondly, the authors argue that the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze provides a way of resolving the debate between faith and reason that does justice to philosophy and theology by reconceiving of both as assemblages.
This book is an important contribution to the longstanding debate concerning Martin Heidegger's association with some of the most significant and terrible events of the 20th century, most notably National Socialism and the Holocaust. This is a difficult topic, but this book moves the entire debate on 'Heidegger and the Political' forward. This is a genuinely philosophical approach to the 'Heidegger problem' and a much-needed historical reexamination of his ideas, influences and issues.
He is the author of Heidegger and Authenticity: From Resoluteness to Releasement Continuum, From the Cartesian bonsens, through the aesthetics of Schiller and Benjamin, to an important revaluation of existentialism and Marxism, this is a concise tour through the subterranean currents of the history of egalitarianism. Translated by Juan Pablo Hernandez Betancur "Escudero's new book provides one of the most detailed accounts we have of the genesis of Heidegger's question of being. Attending to the historical situation in which Heidegger's thought took shape, this well researched and clearly written volume traces the phenomenological and hermeneutic path from Heidegger's earliest student publications through the period of Sein und Zeit.
It should prove useful to beginners and more advanced scholars alike. The main thread is the genealogy of the question of the meaning of being. Alongside the most recent scholarly research, this book takes into account the documentary richness of Heidegger's first Freiburg and Marburg lectures, conferences, treatises and letters and addresses the thematic and methodological richness of this period of Heidegger's intellectual life, and offers a coherent and unified interpretation of his earlier work.
This book conveys Heidegger's thought in a well-organized, impartial manner, without deviating too far from Heideggerian vocabulary. It will be invaluable for upper level undergraduates, graduate students of philosophy, studying phenomenology, continental and German philosophy. McLennan's Philosophy, Sophistry, Antiphilosophy is the first work to pose the question of the relation between Lyotard and Badiou, and in so doing constitutes a significant intervention in the field of contemporary European philosophy by revisiting one of its most influential and controversial forefathers.
Posing pertinent questions and opening new discursive channels in the literature on these two major figures this book is of interest to those studying philosophy, literary theory, fine art, cultural and media studies. A Contemporary Guide is a clear and accessible survey of ontology, focussing on the most recent trends in the discipline.
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Divided into parts, the first half characterizes metaontology: The second half considers a series of case studies, introducing and familiarizing the reader with concrete examples of the latest research in the field. The basic sub-fields of ontology are covered here via an accessible and captivating exposition. The guide's modular structure allows for a flexible approach to the subject, making it suitable for both undergraduates and postgraduates looking to better understand and apply the developments and debates taking place in ontology today.
It manages to combine accessibility with philosophical sophistication. The reader not only gets a thorough introduction to the history of philosophical thought about how to understand truth, but also a vigorous defense of a version of a hard-core realism in the form of a theory of truth as correspondence. An Introduction provides an introductory account of the major theories of truth. Starting with a defense of the importance of truth in reflection, this introduction guides readers through correspondence, coherence, deflationist and pragmatic theories to the connection between truth and rationality.
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A Philosophical Introduction presents the philosophy of time as the central debate between being and the becoming. This core theme brings together the key topics, debates and thinkers, making ideas such as Zeno's paradoxes, the experience of change and temporal flow and the direction and shape of time and time travel, clear and understandable.
Alongside a glossary and detailed timeline to further enhance study and understanding, each chapter features: More technical discussions of issues from mathematics, logic and physics are separated into Technical Interludes,allowing readers to choose their level of difficultly. As a result this comprehensive introduction is essential reading for upper-level undergraduates studying the philosophy of time,metaphysics or the philosophy of science.
Debates in the Metaphysics of Time Edited by L. Nathan Oaklander "Consisting entirely of new material The material will provide scholars and students alike with a useful resource to help them further explore the nature of time. Debates in the Metaphysics of Time explores these close philosophical connections and tackles the contemporary debates using an interactive approach.
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Presenting an effective syllabus for an introductory course in contemporary metaphysics, this companion brings together a team of leading metaphysicians. It begins with a comprehensive introduction to methodological problems and methods, before tackling the perennial metaphysical questions surrounding core topics such as: The result is a valuable resource for students and scholars interested in either the history of the discipline or the state of the contemporary debate.
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For students and scholars looking to better understand the questions and debates informing the subject, this is an essential study tool. The Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Science presents a practical and up-to-date introduction to the philosophy of science. Specially-commissioned essays from an international team of experts reveal where important work continues to be done in the area and the exciting new directions the field is taking. Featuring a series of indispensable research tools, including an A to Z of key terms and concepts, a chronology, a detailed list of resources and a fully annotated bibliography, the Companion explores issues pertaining to the philosophy of specific sciences physics, biology, neuroscience, economics, chemistry and mathematics and general issues in the field, such as explanation, realism, representation, evidence, reduction, laws, causation and confirmation.
Logical methods are used in all area of philosophy. By introducing and advancing central to topics in the discipline, The Bloomsbury Companion to Philosophical Logic emphasizes the crucial role logic plays in understanding philosophical problems. Covering stages in the history of logic and of modern logic, this comprehensive Companion looks ahead to new areas of research and explores issues pertaining to classical logic and its rivals, semantics for parts of natural language, and the application of logic in the theory of rationality.
Experts in the field provide a mix of technical chapters that offer excellent encyclopaedias of results in the area and chapters of philosophical discussions that survey a range of philosophical positions. To facilitate further study, this volumes also includes a series of research tools such as a detailed index, an up-to-date list of resources and an annotated bibliography. Focusing on the philosophy of mathematics before the 20th-century, An Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Mathematics: A Reader brings together an impressive collection of primary sources from ancient, medieval and modern philosophy.
Arranged chronologically and featuring introductory overviews explaining technical terms, this accessible reader is easy-to-follow and unrivaled in its historical scope. With selections from Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Hume and Kant,it connects the major ideas of the ancients with modern thinkers; to clearly illustrate the development of the subject it features a selection of recent texts offering insights the current state of the discipline.
Presenting historical background essential to understanding contemporary trends, An Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Mathematics: A Reader is required reading for philosophy undergraduates. From its Aristotelian origins to the present-day arguments, logic is broken down into four main time periods: Godel and Tarski Each new time frame begins with an introductory overview highlighting themes and points of importance.
Chapters discuss the significance and reception of influential works and look at historical arguments in the context of contemporary debates. To support independent study, comprehensive lists of primary and secondary reading are included at the end of chapters, along with exercises and discussion questions.
By clearly presenting and explaining the changes to logic across the history of philosophy, An Introduction to the History of Philosophical and Formal Logic constructs an easy-to-follow narrative. This is an ideal starting point for students looking to understand the historical development of logic. As the first comprehensive collection of historical readings in the philosophy of mathematics, this muchneeded introduction reveals the rich history of the subject.
Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Language Jussi Haukioja Should philosophy of language use experimental methods, or can it be pursued in the armchair? Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Language represents a balanced variety of positions on this extensively discussed question. In the first collection of its kind, leading experts in the field present a number of different perspectives on the relevance of experimental methods in philosophy of language, ranging from complete dismissals of traditional methods to defences of armchair approaches.
As well as exploring possible novel experimental techniques, Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Language evaluates the philosophical relevance of existing experimental results and presents new data from new experimental studies. For scholars looking to stay ahead of the latest developments and trends in the philosophy of language, this important contribution to the field brings the reader up-to-date. This study aims to show how new and revealing light can be cast upon these questions by looking at the Tractatus in the aesthetic, cultural and historical contexts of modernity and modernism.
It demonstrates how the Tractatus can be examined alongside narratives of progress and enlightenment, as well as exploring how it actively engages with the linguistic and aesthetic ideologies of literary modernism. Logic of the Digital Aden Evens Building a foundational understanding of the digital, Logic of the Digital examines it as a unique ontology.
Starting with its formal and technical characteristics, captured by the binary code, Aden Evans asks how the digital domain of abstract logic encounters a material, human world. Focusing on the formal, universal code and the elements of creative production, Evans shows how any encounter between the actual and the digital must cross an ontological divide: Evans traces the distortions of this ontological crossing, looking directly at formal abstraction as well as analyzing exemplary digital technologies such as the mouse, the internet, and the concept of software.
He also raises the paradoxical issue of creativity in relation to digital technologies: The interest of his incisive and instructive book lies in the detail of his arguments. This is a book to be reckoned with. We are familiar with all these things, but when we try to say what they are we become tongue-tied. William Charlton draws a line between lexicography, which lists words, and grammar, which specifies constructions for various forms of speech.
Both words and constructions have meaning, but in different ways, and he argues that the topics of metaphysics are expressed primarily by constructions. He surveys the history of philosophy from classical Greece to the present day, he shows how metaphysics and grammar grew up in tandem, and he connects the difficulties philosophers have encountered, especially since the Enlightenment, with a failure to grasp the significance for metaphysics of grammar as distinct from lexicography. Metaphysics and Grammar presents metaphysics as an art, not a science.
It takes the traditional topics in turn; it brings out the relation between each of them and a form of speech; and it argues that these forms of speech provide us with our only reliable access to our nature as conscious beings acting in a physical world. Babbitt "Susan Babbitt takes a fresh and enlightened view at the inescapable fact that we are bodies that think and not minds in bodies. She ventures beyond too-familiar philosophical routines to give us new perspectives on embodiment, humanism, religion, and notably on quietness.
A most stimulating, even inspiring book. Arguing for humanism as a view about truths, Humanism and Embodiment insists that disembodied reason, not religion, should be the target of secularists promoting freedom of enquiry and human community. Considering the nature of knowledge, particularly the radical contingency of knowledge claims upon causal mechanisms, religious thinkers like Thomas Merton and Ivan Illich offer more scientific conceptions of practical deliberation than are offered by some non-religious ethicists.
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Drawing on philosophical sources such as Marxism, Buddhism and Christianity, this original study considers implications of an embodied conception of reason, revealing philosophical, practical and political implications. It seeks to develop a profound understanding of design by engaging thinkers from a variety of disciplines, especially philosophy, while encouraging designers and educators to engage with deeper, philosophical issues about their practice and research. Going forward the journal will broaden its remit to incorporate a greater number of articles from a wider range of philosophical perspectives that address key areas such as aesthetics, phenomenology, epistemology and ontology; and embrace new movements in design such as intercultural design theory.
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Unique in the English speaking world, the journal welcomes scholarly articles written in a phenomenological vein as well as analyses of aesthetic phenomena by researchers working on phenomenology within analytic philosophy. Jane Tormey and Gillian Whiteley, Loughborough University, UK Exploring what aesthetics might mean in the 21st century, we use the term 'radical' to promote debate, confront convention and formulate alternative ways of thinking about art practice.
The fundamental premise of the series is to reconsider the relationship between practicing art and thinking about art, and it aims to liberate the notion of aesthetics from visual traditions. Indigenous Aesthetics critically investigates the intersection of contemporary native art and anti-colonial politics.
In the wake of the near universal adoption of the United Nations' Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, a text of this nature is crucial as contemporary indigenous artists, activists, and curators continue to change the landscape of indigeneity and the political possibilities of self-determination both political and artistic. No other single-authored book has explored the relationship between contemporary artistic practice and indigenous activism. Balanced carefully between hope and despair, it serves both a cri-de-coeur and a celebration of the human creative spirit in the face of a global capitalist system which shows little interest in such values.
With a focus on 'non-traditional' indigenous practices, Miner explores the discourses and the artistic and aesthetic sites in which contemporary Native artists are participating. In this way, an engaged analysis of street art, cinema, and curatorial work appropriately positions news ways of seeing indigenous North American art.
He is also an artist and curator. It is a contribution to thinking by extending the ideas of what is presentable, perceivable and thus knowable. Mieke Bal draws from the constitutive conceptual and theoretical underpinnings of audio-visual installation art and gallery film but, importantly, develops her thinking further through a close analysis of the artworks. Bal shows how viewers are affected by the audio-visual realm but also left space to exert their own agency. The book demonstrates how art matters as a critical practice that has wider socio-cultural and political relevance. Rarely have I come across such a minute and sensuous reading of this art form.
Beyond the Word-Image Opposition, Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative, and many other books. Bal teases out the playful, affective but rigorous character of the artist's 'sculptural' works, showing how they draw participant viewers into experiment with 'the ungraspable yet utterly material that exists beyond the burden of objects.
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A Philosophy of Image Jorella Andrews "Jorella Andrews makes a significant contribution to both visual culture and phenomenological ethics She convincingly claims there is a human drive to express ourselves visually in terms of display and grounded in the reversibility of seeing and being seen. A Philosophy of Image asks what happens to our debates about visibility when a third term, that of 'self-showing', is brought into play. Indeed, it proposes a fundamentally positive relationship between visuality and the ethical, one primarily rooted not in acts of open and non-oppressive seeing or spectating, as might be expected, but rather in our capacity to inhabit both the risks and the possibilities of our own visible being.
In other words, this book maintains that the proper site of generosity and agency within any visual encounter is located not on the side of sight, but on that of self-showing — or showing off! The Dialectics of Aesthetic Agency Revaluating German Aesthetics from Kant to Adorno Ayon Maharaj "Ayon Maharaj arrives at a compelling account of the work of art as a haunting force that eludes both reduction to any definite message and dismissal as an empty entertainment.
In this way, Maharaj brings the tradition of German aesthetic theory strikingly to life in relation to current plights and possibilities of human life in culture. By focusing on aspects of their thought that have been neglected or misunderstood in Anglo-American and German scholarship, he demonstrates that their subtle investigations into the nature and scope of aesthetic agency have far-reaching implications for contemporary discourse on the arts.
The Dialectics of Aesthetic Agency is an important and original contribution to scholarship on the German aesthetic tradition and to the broader field of aesthetics. A Philosophy of Things William Viney "If the primary achievement of recent civilization is to produce unprecedented heaps of garbage, what does this tell us about that civilization? In his pleasantly lucid prose style, Will Viney answers this question by providing an ontology, a sociology, and even an art criticism of waste, with special attention to the writings of T. It draws its temporal concepts from many places, from art and literature, philosophy and cultural theory, narrative and the theory of narrative to think about the time of things — things we discard, things we used to use, things we collect, things that fall into ruin, and things that hold the future within them.
It animates the theory of things and makes something beautiful out of waste. Offering useful insights to some of the most tantalizing and obscure Gadamerian themes, this not only makes a significant addition to Gadamer scholarship, but provides aesthetics scholars, critics, and interpreters with new ways of thinking about art. The book brings together some of the most complex questions of the nature of performativity, and will be an excellent teaching tool.
How has the encounter between deconstruction and the performative affected each of these terms? In addressing these questions, this book brings together scholars whose works have been provoked in different ways by the encounter of deconstruction and the performative. The contributors suggest various ways of re-reading the heritage and future of both deconstruction and the performative after their encounter, bringing into focus both the constitutive aporia of the performative and the role it plays within the deconstruction of the metaphysical tradition.
A must-read for anyone with a serious interest in the intersection of philosophy and literary studies. Beginning with theories of fiction, it examines the case against the prevailing 'pretence' and 'make-believe' theories of fiction hostile to propositional theories of literary truth.
Tackling further arguments against the cognitive function and value of literature, this study illustrates how literary works can contribute to knowledge by making assertions and suggestions and by providing hypotheses for the reader to assess. Presenting a novel approach to recognizing the cognitive function of literature, this is an important contribution to philosophical studies of literature and knowledge.
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Bloomsbury Studies in Philosophy Bloomsbury Academic. Bruno Life-philosophy, central to nineteenth-century philosophical thought, is concerned with the meaning, value and purpose of life. Scholars from the disciplines of political theory, aesthetics, bioethics and ontology examine how the notion of life has made its way into contemporary philosophical discussions. They explore three main themes: Contemporary discussions of the image like to emphasize art's societal functions.
Few studies come close to answering why pictures and sculptures fascinate and intrigue regardless of any practical functions they might serve. In this original, thought-provoking study, Paul Crowther reveals the intrinsic significance of pictures and sculptures. It is a convincing case for a post-analytic phenomenology of art and an important advancement of contemporary discussions of the philosophy of art. This book presents a panorama of the philosophy of art. And think what curating is all about. This book starts from this simple premise.
To do that, it distinguishes between 'curating' and 'the curatorial'. If 'curating' is a gamut of professional practices for setting up exhibitions, then 'the curatorial' explores what takes place on the stage set up, both intentionally and unintentionally, by the curator.
It therefore refers not to the staging of an event, but to the event of knowledge itself. Instead of relying on conventional art historical narratives to explore the topic this book puts forward perspectives that go from the anecdotal to the theoretical and from the personal to the philosophical. These perspectives allow for a fresh reflection on curating, one in which, suddenly, curating becomes an activity that implicates us all artists, curators, and viewers , not just as passive recipients, but as active members.
As such, the Curatorial is a book without compromise: Curating will not stop, but at least with this book it can begin to allow itself to be challenged by some of the most complex and ethics-driven thought of our times. The minimalist explosion in the mid-twentieth century was an unprecedented phenomenon in aesthetic history — not only was the distinction between the everyday and the aesthetic decisively undermined, but for the first time in aesthetic history the materiality of the work was dislocated from its creator, and the significance of the work from its meaning.
Persistence and Transfiguration is a transhistorical account of minimalism's genesis with an emphasis on the key concepts of persistence and transfiguration. Marc Botha develops a new and compelling formulation of minimalism through the concepts of quantity, mathematical and dynamical sublimity, and quantitative ontology in the works of philosophers from Parmenides through Kant and Hegel to Badiou. More than just a work about minimalism, this is a highly innovative contribution to aesthetics, critical theory and current debates around the ontology of art in general.
It does this by developing an applied understanding of how we can use art as a method of healing and as a critical method of research. Drawing from poststructuralist philosophy, psychoanalysis, arts therapies, and the creative processes of a range of contemporary artists, the book appeals to the fields of art theory, the arts therapies, aesthetics and art practice, whilst it opens the regenerative affects of art-making to everyone. The purpose of the book is to question and understand how and why art has this facility and power, and make the creative and healing properties of certain modes of expression widely accessible, practical and useful.
Lorna Collins is an artist, critic and arts educator. Phenomenology and Image Theory Lambert Wiesing Translated by Nancy Ann Roth "Lambert Wiesing not only provides an original and illuminating treatment of the core issues in the philosophy of perception he, radically recasts the terms of the debate and extends the field of enquiry. Instead of attempting to understand how a subject perceives the world, Wiesing starts by taking perception to be real, asking what this reality means for a subject. In his original approach, the question of how human perception is possible is displaced by questions about what perception obliges us to be and do.
He argues that perception requires us to be embodied, to be visible, and to continually participate in the public and physical world we perceive. His methods chart a new path in contemporary perception theory and presents scholars of phenomenology, perception and aesthetics with an important understanding of the old phenomenon, the human being in the world. He was President of the German Society for Aesthetics between and Nancy Ann Roth is an independent writer and translator. In this bold and original rethinking of Kant, Michael Wayne argues that with his aesthetic turn in the Third Critique, Kant broke significantly from the problematic philosophical structure of the Critique of Pure Reason.
Here is an unfamiliar Kant: Key Concepts and Contemporary Trends Subjectivity and Identity is a philosophical and interdisciplinary study that evaluates critically the most important philosophical, sociological, psychological and literary debates on subjectivity and the subject. Starting from a history of the concept of subject from modernity to postmodernity - from Descartes and Kant to Adorno and Lyotard - Peter V.
Zima distinguishes between individual, collective, mythical and other subjects. Most texts on subjectivity and the subject present the topic from the point of view of a single discipline: In Subjectivity and Identity Zima links philosophical approaches to those in sociology, psychology and literary criticism.
The link between philosophy and sociology is social philosophy e. Althusser, Goffman, Laing , the link between philosophy and literary criticism is aesthetics e. Philosophy and psychology can be related thanks to the psychological implications of several philosophical concepts of subjectivity Hobbes, Stirner, Sartre. This insistence on the specificity of ugliness, and on its dynamic status as a process afflicting aesthetic canons, reflects Rosenkranz's interest in the metropolis like Walter Benjamin, he wrote on Paris and Berlin , and his voracious collecting of caricature and popular prints.
The struggle with modernisation and idealist aesthetics makes The Aesthetics of Ugliness relevant to modern anti-aesthetics Baudelaire's Fleurs du mal was published four years later, in as well as to the twenty-first century theoretical revival of beauty. This is the first English translation of this key text. Karl Rosenkranz was a German philosopher. He read philosophy at Berlin, Halle and Heidelberg, devoting himself mainly to the doctrines of Hegel and Schleiermacher.
Architecture in Black Updated Edition Darell Wayne Fields "The first mature attempt to engage in a sophisticated theoretical discourse about architecture and race using the tools of cultural studies and Afro-American literary theory. In this way, Fields has opened new critical and constructive possibilities for our intellectual discussions of modernity, architecture, and race.
Now updated, this original study draws on a wider range of case studies, highlighting the racial techniques that can legitimize modern historicity, philosophy and architectural theory. Arguing that architecture, as an aesthetic practice, and blackness, as a linguistic practice, operate within the same semiotic paradigm, Darell Fields employs a technique whereby works are related through the repetition and revision of their semiotic structures.
Fields reconstructs the genealogy of a black racial subject, represented by the simultaneous reading of a range of canonical texts from Hegel to Saussure to Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Although his scientific contributions have been valued, his religious journey has been either neglected or misjudged. Scholars typically only acknowledge some of the work on theism he did at the very end of his life and usually blame his wife for doctoring the record with her pieties.
Romanes's extensive poetry writing, much of it religious, has never been explored and his Memorial Poem to Darwin has been completely overlooked. The recent discovery of the original typescript of the poem, lost for more than a century and reprinted in this book for the first time, allows us to enter the mind of a major Darwinian as we watch him struggle to reconcile faith and science on a positive basis. Classic and Contemporary Readings of Noah's Flood Lazenby "In this engaging study, Donna Lazenby indicates both the promise and the limits of post-Christian attempts to grasp the mystical Yet, for many philosophers and political theorists today, one must choose between Hegel or Spinoza.
As Deleuze's influential interpretation maintains, Hegel exemplifies and promotes the modern "cults of death," while Spinoza embodies an irrepressible "appetite for living. Yet, between Hegel and Spinoza there is not only opposition. This collection of essays seeks to find the suppressed kinship between Hegel and Spinoza. Both philosophers offer vigorous and profound alternatives to the methodological individualism of classical liberalism.