On Liberty and Its Enemies is a posthumous collection of essays by the late Ken Minogue. When Ken died, right after the 2013 Mont Pelerin meeting in the Galapagos Islands (the paper he gave there is included in the book), he was working on a book on the concept of liberty. This collection, edited by Tim Fuller, is the best surrogate to a book we'll never read. Readers will appreciate how Ken's reflections on the conditions that make liberty possible was nurtured and grew over the years--by constantly revisiting and reworking his arguments. The book includes an essay on "The Intellectual Left's Treason of the Heart". Minogue defines intellectuals as "people who have read a lot of books and take up
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