Works by Berlin (edited by Henry Hardy except as stated)



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Except where stated otherwise, the place of publication is London, works published in Princeton are from Princeton Univerity Press, ‘Oxford’ denotes Oxford University Press, Oxford, and ‘Cambridge’ Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Works by Berlin (edited by Henry Hardy except as stated)

AC Against the Current: Essays in the History of Ideas (1979: Hogarth/Viking; 2nd ed., Princeton: 2013)

CTH The Crooked Timber of Humanity: Chapters in the History of Ideas (1990: Murray; New York, 1991: Knopf; 2nd ed., Princeton/Pimlico, 2013)

POI The Power of Ideas (2000: Chatto and Windus; 2nd ed., Princeton, 2013)

FIB2 Freedom and Its Betrayal: Six Enemies of Human Liberty (2002), 2nd ed. (Princeton, 2014)

L Liberty (Oxford, 2002; revised ed., 2014)

L1 Flourishing: Letters 1928–1946 (2004: Chatto & Windus); published in the USA as Letters 1928–1946 (New York, 2004: Cambridge University Press)

SM The Soviet Mind: Russian Culture Under Communism (Washington, DC, 2004: Brookings Institution Press)

PIRA2 Political Ideas in the Romantic Age: Their Rise and Influence on Modern Thought (2006), 2nd ed. (2014: Princeton)

RT2 Russian Thinkers (ed.) Henry Hardy and Aileen Kelly (1978), 2nd ed., revised by Henry Hardy with a glossary by Jason Ferrell (2008: Penguin)

L2 Enlightening: Letters 1946–1960 (ed.) Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes (2009: Chatto & Windus)

L3 Building: Letters 1960–1975 (ed.) Henry Hardy and Mark Pottle (2013: Chatto & Windus)

UD Isaiah Berlin and Beata Polanowksa-Sygulska, Unfinished Dialogue (Amherst, NY, 2006: Prometheus)
Other works

Aarsbergen-Ligtvoet, Connie (2006), Isaiah Berlin: A Value Pluralist and Humanist View of Human Nature and the Meaning of Life (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi)

Aberbach, David (2009), ‘Talk is Golden’, Times Literary Supplement, 5 June, 14–15

Allen, Jonathan (2007), ‘A Liberal-Pluralist Case for Truth Commissions’, in Crowder and Hardy

Apfel, Lauren J. (2011), The Advent of Pluralism: Diversity and Conflict in the Age of Sophocles (Oxford: Clarendon Press)

Avineri, Shlomo (2007), ‘A Jew and a Gentleman’, in Crowder and Hardy

Baum, Bruce, and Robert Nichols (eds) (2013), Isaiah Berlin and the Politics of Freedom: ‘Two Concepts of Liberty’ 50 Years Later (New York and London: Routledge)

Bode, Mark (2011), ‘Everything Is What It Is and Not Another Thing: Knowledge and Freedom in Isaiah Berlin’s Political Thought’, British Journal for the History of Philosophy 19, 305–26

Burtonwood, Neil (2006), Cultural Diversity, Liberal Pluralism and Schools: Isaiah Berlin and Education (Routledge)

Caute, David (2013), Isaac and Isaiah: The Covert Punishment of a Cold War Heretic (New Haven and London: Yale University Press)

Chang, Ruth (ed.) (1997), Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reason (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press)

Cherniss, Joshua L. (2013), A Mind and its Time: The Development of Isaiah Berlin’s Political Thought (Oxford)

Cherniss, Joshua, and Henry Hardy (2004), ‘Isaiah Berlin’, in Edward N. Zalta and others (eds), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, >; first published 26 October 2004, latest substantive revision 29 November 2013

Christman, John (2005), ‘Saving Positive Freedom’, Political Theory 33, 79–88

Cocks, Joan (2002), Passion and Paradox: Intellectuals Confront the National Question (Princeton)

Coles, Norman (2004), Human Nature and Human Values: Interpreting Isaiah Berlin (Bexhill on Sea: Egerton House)

Crowder, George (2002), Liberalism and Value Pluralism (London and New York: Continuum)

—— (2004), Isaiah Berlin: Liberty and Pluralism (Cambridge: Polity)

—— (2007a), ‘Two Concepts of Liberal Pluralism’, Political Theory 35, 121–146

—— (2007b), ‘Value Pluralism and Liberalism: Berlin and Beyond’, in Crowder and Hardy

—— (2009), ‘Pluralism, Liberalism, and Distributive Justice’, in San Diego Law Review

—— (2013a), ‘Psychology and Justification in Liberal Pluralism: A Reply to Zakaras’, Review of Politics 75, 103–110

—— (2013b), Theories of Multiculturalism: An Introduction (Cambridge: Polity)

—— (2013c), ‘Pluralism’, in Gerald Gaus and Fred D’Agostino (eds), Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy (New York and Routledge)

——, and Henry Hardy (eds) (2007), The One and the Many: Reading Isaiah Berlin (Amherst, NY: Prometheus)

D’Agostino, Fred (2004), ‘Pluralism and Liberalism’, in Gerald Gaus and Chandran Kukathas (eds), Handbook of Political Theory (Sage)

Dimova-Cookson, Maria (2013), ‘Defending Isaiah Berlin’s Distinction between Positive and Negative Freedoms’, in Baum and Nichols

Dubnov, Arie (2012), Isaiah Berlin: The Journey of a Jewish Intellectual (Palgrave Macmillan)

—— and Aileen Kelly (2013), ‘On Isaiah Berlin’, New York Review of Books, 26 September, 00

Dworkin, Ronald (2001), ‘Do Liberal Values Conflict?’, in Mark Lilla, Ronald Dworkin and Robert B. Silvers (eds), The Legacy of Isaiah Berlin (New York: New York Review of Books; Granta)

—— (2011), Justice for Hedgehogs (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press)

Eliot, George (1871–2), Middlemarch, ed. Rosemary Ashton (1994: Penguin)

Ferrell, Jason (2008), ‘The Alleged Relativism of Isaiah Berlin’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 11, 41–56

—— (2012), ‘Isaiah Berlin as Essayist’, Political Theory 40 no. 5, 602–28

Figes, Orlando (2002), Natasha’s Dance: A Cultural History of Russia (Allen Lane)

Franco, Paul (2004), Michael Oakeshott: An Introduction (New Haven and London: Yale University Press)

Fraser, Nick (2009), ‘Isaiah Berlin: The Free Thinker’, Independent, 28 May, Independent Life, 14–15

Galston, William A.? (2002), Liberal Pluralism: The Implications of Value Pluralism for Political Theory and Practice (Cambridge)

—— (2005), The Practice of Liberal Pluralism (Cambridge)

—— (2013), ‘Between Logic and Psychcology: The Links between Value Pluralism and Liberal Theory’, Review of Politics 75, 97–101

Gardels, Nathan (1991), ‘Two Concepts of Nationalism: An Interview with Isaiah Berlin’, New York Review of Books, 21 November, 00

Gaus, Gerald (2003), Contemporary Theories of Liberalism (Sage)

Gray, John (1995a), Isaiah Berlin (HarperCollins)

—— (1995b), Enlightenment’s Wake: Politics and Culture at the Close of the Modern Age (London and New York: Routledge)

—— (2000a), ‘Pluralism and Toleration in Contemporary Political Philosophy’, Political Studies 48, 323–33

—— (2000b), Two Faces of Liberalism (Cambridge: Polity)

—— (2000c), ‘Where Pluralists and Liberals Part Company’, in Maria Baghramian and Attracta Ingram (eds), Pluralism: The Philosophy and Politics of Diversity (Routledge)

—— (2013), Isaiah Berlin: An Interpretation of His Thought, 2nd ed. of Gray 1995a, with a new introduction (Princeton and Woodstock)

Hardy, Henry (ed.) (2000– ), The Isaiah Berlin Virtual Library,

—— (2007), ‘Taking Pluralism Seriously’, in Crowder and Hardy

—— (ed.) (2009), The Book of Isaiah: Personal Impressions of Isaiah Berlin (Woodbridge: Boydell Press in association with Wolfson College)

——, ‘Editorial Note on the Peroration [of “Two Concepts of Liberty”]’, in FIB2

Hart, H. L. A. (1961), The Concept of Law (Oxford: Clarendon Press)

Horton, John, and Glen Newey (eds) (2007), The Political Thought of John Gray (London and New York: Routledge)

Ignatieff, Michael (1998), Isaiah Berlin: A Life (Chatto and Windus; New York: Metropolitan)

Jahanbegloo, Ramin (1992), Conversations with Isaiah Berlin (Peter Halban)

Jinkins, Michael (2004), Christianity, Tolerance and Pluralism: A Theological Engagement with Isaiah Berlin’s Social Theory (London and New York: Routledge)

Kekes, John (1993), The Morality of Pluralism (Princeton)

—— (1997), Against Liberalism (Ithaca: Cornell University Press)

—— (1998) A Case for Conservatism (Ithaca: Cornell University Press)

Kelly, Aileen (2012), ‘Getting Isaiah Berlin Wrong’, New York Review of Books, 20 June, 00

Kelly, Duncan (2002), ‘The Political Thought of Isaiah Berlin’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations 4, 25–48

Kocis, Robert (1989), A Critical Appraisal of Sir Isaiah Berlin’s Political Philosophy (Lewsiton, NY: Edwin Mellen Press)

Larmore, Charles (1996), ‘Pluralism and Reasonable Disagreement’, in The Morals of Modernity (Cambridge)

Lassman, Peter (2011), Pluralism (Cambridge: Polity Press)

Lestition, Steven (2007), ‘Countering, Transposing, or Negating the Enlightenment’, Journal of the History of Ideas 68, 659–81

Linker, Damon (2000), ‘The Reluctant Pluralism of J. G. Herder’, Review of Politics 62, 267–93

Lukes, Steven (1998) ‘Isaiah Berlin: In Conversation with Steven Lukes’, Salmagundi 120 (Fall), 52–134

—— (2003) Liberals and Cannibals: The Implications of Diversity (Verso)

—— (2008), Moral Relativism (New York: Picador)

Mali, Joseph, and Robert Wokler (eds) (2003), Isaiah Berlin’s Counter-Enlightenment (Philadelphia, PA: American Philosophical Society)

Margalit, Avishai (2010), ‘Home and Homeland: Isaiah Berlin’s Zionism’, Dissent 57 no. 3, 66–72

Miller, David (2007), ‘Crooked Timber or Bent Twig? Berlin’s Nationalism’, in Crowder and Hardy

Moore, Matthew (2009), ‘Pluralism, Relativism, and Liberalism’, Political Research Quarterly 62 no. 2, 244–56

Müller, Jan-Werner (2012), ‘Value Pluralism in Twentieth-Century Anglo-American Thought’, in Mark Bevir (ed.), Modern Pluralism: Anglo-American Debates Since 1880 (Cambridge)

Myers, Ella (2010), ‘From Pluralism to Liberalism: Rereading Isaiah Berlin’, Review of Politics 72, 599–625

—— (2013), ‘Berlin and Democracy’, in Baum and Nichols

Nagel, Thomas (1979), ‘The Fragmentation of Value’, in Mortal Questions (Cambridge)

Nelson, Eric (2005), ‘Liberty: One Concept Too Many?’, Political Theory 33, 55–78

Norton, Robert E. (2007), ‘The Myth of the Counter-Enlightenment’, Journal of the History of Ideas 68, 635–58

—— (2008), ‘Isaiah Berlin’s “Expressionism”, or: “Ha! Du bist das Blökende!”’, Journal of the History of Ideas 69, 339–47

Nussbaum, Martha (1990), Love’s Knowledge: Essays on Philosophy and Literature (Oxford)

Parekh, Bhikhu (2006), Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory, 2nd ed. (Palgrave Macmillan)

Patten, Alan (2010), ‘“The Most Natural State”: Herder and Nationalism’, History of Political Thought 31, 657–89

Pettit, Philip (1997), Republicanism (Oxford)

—— (2011), ‘The Instability of Freedom as Noninterference: The Case of Isaiah Berlin’, Ethics 121, 693–716

Putterman, Theodore L. (2006), ‘Berlin’s Two Concepts of Liberty: A Reassessment and Revision’, Polity 38, 416–46

Raz, Joseph (1986), The Morality of Freedom (Oxford: Clarendon Press)

—— (1995), ‘Multiculturalism: A Liberal Perspective’, in id., Ethics in the Public Domain: Essays in the Morality of Law and Politics (Oxford: Clarendon Press)

Reed, Jamie (2008), ‘From Logical Positivism to “Metaphysical Rationalism”: Isaiah Berlin on the “Fallacy of Reductionism”’, History of Political Thought 29 no. 1, 109–31

Riley, Jonathan (2000), ‘Crooked Timber and Liberal Culture’, in Maria Baghramian and Attracta Ingram (eds), Pluralism: The Philosophy and Politics of Diversity (London and New York: Routledge), 103–19

—— (2001), ‘Interpreting Berlin’s Liberalism’, American Political Science Review 95, 283–95

—— (2002), ‘Defending Cultural Pluralism: Within Liberal Limits’, Political Theory 30, 68–96

—— (2013), ‘Isaiah Berlin’s “Minimum of Common Moral Ground”’, Political Theory 41 no. 1, 61–89

Ryan, Alan (2005), ‘Isaiah Berlin, 1909–1997’, Proceedings of the British Academy 130, 3–20

—— (2012), ‘Isaiah Berlin: The History of Ideas as Psychodrama’, European Journal of Political Theory 12 no. 1, 61–73



San Diego Law Review (2009), ‘Editors’ Symposium: Isaiah Berlin, Value Pluralism, and the Law’, San Diego Law Review 46 no. 4 (November–December), 753–945

Seidentop, Larry (2003), ‘What Are We to Make of Isaiah Berlin?’, in W. R. Louis (ed.), Still More Adventures with Britannia (I. B. Tauris)

Skagestad, Peter (2005), ‘Collingwood and Berlin: A Comparison’, Journal of the History of Ideas 66, 99–112

Skinner, Quentin (2002), ‘A Third Concept of Liberty’, Proceedings of the British Academy 117, 237–68

Spicer, Michael (2003), ‘Masks of Freedom’, Administrative Theory and Praxis 25, 545–88

Spencer, Vicki (2012), Herder’s Political Thought: A Study on Language, Culture and Community (Toronto: University of Toronto Press)

Sternhell, Zeev (2010), The Anti-Enlightenment Tradition (New Haven and London: Yale University Press)

Swift, Adam (2013), Political Philosophy: A Beginners’s Guide for Students and Politicians (2001), 3rd. ed.

Talisse, Robert (2012), Pluralism and Liberal Politics (New York and London: Routledge)

Taylor, Charles (1994), ‘Charles Taylor Replies’, in James Tully (ed.), Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism: The Philosophy of Charles Taylor in Question (Cambridge)

Walicki, Andrzej (2007), ‘Berlin and the Russian Intelligentsia’, in Crowder and Hardy

—— (2011), Encounters with Isaiah Berlin: Story of an Intellectual Friendship (Frankfurt: Peter Lang)

Walzer, Michael (1995), ‘Are There Limits to Liberalism?’, New York Review of Books, 19 October, 00

Williams, Bernard (2005), In the Beginning Was the Deed: Realism and Moralism in Political Argument, ed. Geoffrey Hawthorn (Princeton and Oxford)

—— (2006), Philosophy as a Humanistic Discipline, ed. A. W. Moore (Princeton and Oxford)

Williams, Hywel (2004), ‘An English Liberal Stooge’, Guardian, 14 April, 20

Zakaras, Alex (2013a), ‘A Liberal Pluralism: Isaiah Berlin and John Stuart Mill’, Review of Politics 75, 69–96

—— (2013b), ‘Reply to Galston and Crowder’, Review of Politics 75, 111–14






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