Table of contents for Autonomy and the challenges of liberalism : new essays / edited by John Christman, Joel Anderson.

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1. Introduction John Christman and Joel Anderson
Part I. The Self-Conceptions of the Autonomous Self: 2. Decentralizing autonomy: five faces of selfhood Diana T. Meyers
3. The self as narrator David Velleman
4. Autonomy and self identity Marina Oshana
Part II. The Interpersonal-Personal Authority and Interpersonal Recognition: 5. Taking ownership: authority and voice in autonomous agency Paul Benson
6. Autonomy, vulnerability, recognition, and justice Joel Anderson and Axel Honneth
7. Autonomy and male dominance Marilyn Friedman
Part III. The Social-Public Policy and Liberal Principles: 8. Republican virtue, liberal freedom, and the problem of public service Richard Dagger
9. Liberal autonomy and consumer sovereignty Joseph Heath
10. Political liberty: integrating five conceptions of autonomy
Part IV. The Political-Liberalism, Legitimacy, and Public Reason: 11. Liberalism without agreement: political autonomy and agonistic citizenship Bert van den Brink
12. The place of autonomy within liberalism Gerald Gaus
13. Moral autonomy and personal autonomy Jeremy Waldron
14. Autonomy, self-knowledge, and liberal legitimacy John Christman.

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