Author: John Morley
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8129100908
On compromise deals with the art and necessity of compromise. While conducting a reasoned enquiry into the limits of compromise, it also traces the dividing line between lawful and unlawful compromise.
What gives this book currency is its treatment of several issues which are as relevant today as they were when it was first published notably, the necessity of having an honest, independent and wholesome opinion, the need to abandon habits of hypocritical conformity, and the repercussions of acts of coercion.
Thinker’s Library captures the works of great minds on a multitude of subjects. It puts together the works of prominent thinkers, belonging to varied fields of study and experience.
Of the Possible Utility of Error
Intellectual Responsibility and the Political Spirit
The Realisation of Opinion
Appendix: Note to page 167
The Doctrine of Liberty