Corrections to Unfinished Dialogue

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FLOURISHING: LETTERS 1928–1946
(Published in the US as LETTERS 1928–1946)
POLITICAL IDEAS IN THE ROMANTIC AGE
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FLOURISHING: LETTERS 1928–1946
ENLIGHTENING: LETTERS 1946–1960
BUILDING: LETTERS 1960–1975
AFFIRMING: LETTERS 1975–1997
9 12 as this topic on this topic
25 5 century’ century’,
49 8 at last at least
51 note 1, 1 Exist? Still Exist?
70 15 up turns not turns out not
72 11 guarding guardian
97 [running head] 7 June 27 June
111 15 up Montenegran Montenegrin
116 8 more that that more than that
125 2 be sure that to you say that
139 10 you and I you and me
196 21 not say not to say
236 3 but in as in
250 12 law and custom law or custom
4–3 up The heredity of classical liberal thought suggests quite different things to Hayek. Hayek interprets the legacy of classical liberal thought quite differently.
258 7 up crucial words crucial terms
260 11–14 According to Aron this implies that every member of a society is unfree with regard to innumerable acts and free to do numerous acts because of the law which forbids other people to prevent me from doing them. This implies that though every member of a society is unfree with regard to innumerable acts, yet he is free to do numerous acts because of the law which forbids others to prevent him from doing them.
261 9 [I]t’s [I]t
263 2 involve invoke
272 17 up which phenomenon which the phenomenon
297 7 Nazi-symphathising Nazi-sympathising
307 s.v. Antigone 271 102, 271
312 s.v. Legutko 157 […] 276–7 94–6, 101– 2, 157 […] 276– 7, 312
314 s.v. Plato 56; […] mathematical 56; on ‘Highest Good ’, 102; putative pluralism, 102; mathematical
276; 276; Laws, 102; Republic, 257; Theaetetus, 102;
s.v. pluralism faith, 72, 214–16; faith, 72, 214–16; Plato ’s putative, 102