[This is the Table of Contents of Murphey’s 1962 book Emergent Man.]

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

*Introduction...........................................................................................................................................i

 

PART ONE: THE PHILOSOPHY OF EMERGENCE

 

*Chapter 1:  The Obscene, the Godly and the Sterile

               (The Subjective Isolation of the Inner-Directed,

                   Creative Man in Extroverted Society)  

 

*Chapter 2:  The Mood of the Obscene Man: Alienation

 

*Chapter 3:  The Beast of Unreason

 

*Chapter 4:  The Emergent Man

 

*Chapter 5:  The Morality of Liberty: Liberty as the Framework

                   for Emergence

 

PART TWO: A BROAD PERSPECTIVE OF LIBERTY

 

*Chapter 6:  The Core of Liberty: Its General Rationale

 

*Chapter 7:  Notes on Future Slaughter: A Defense of Morality

 

*Chapter 8:  All Liberty is Intellectual Liberty

 

*Chapter 9:  The Appreciation of Difference

 

PART THREE:  LIBERTY IN PARTICULAR AREAS

 

*Chapter 10:  Liberty: Discursive Affairs

 

                    . Unspoken Thoughts

                    . Spoken Thoughts in Their Mental Aspect

                    . Spoken Thoughts in Their Inciting Aspect

 

*Chapter 11:  The Economics of Liberty and Emergence

 

                    .  The Humanism of the “Economic”

                    .  The Economic Basis of the Free Society – The “Market Economy”

                    .  Business Organizations, Unions and Monopoly

                    .  The Economics of the Non-Emergent Man: The Welfare State,

                        the Weakling Principle and the Illusion of Progressivism

                    .  The Specter of Socialism – Benevolent and Otherwise

 

*Chapter 12:  The Monetary and Banking Institutions of the Free Society

 

*Chapter 13:  The Family as a Basic Institution: the Ethic of Sex

 

*Chapter 14:  The Government of Liberty: Its Substance, Form and Procedure

 

                    .  Its Functions: Legitimate and Illegitimate

                    .  The Definition, Application and Enforcement of Rights and

                        Obligations Providing a Private Sphere of Personal Inviolability,

                        Private Property and Contract

                    .  Government’s Function in Further Extending the Legal

                        and Institutional Bases of Private Action

                    .  Government’s Function in Itself Performing Certain Tasks

                    .  Government in Education

                    .  National Defense

                    .  Contemporary Governmental Programs of an Inappropriate Nature

                    .  The Preventive, as Distinguished from Remedial, Functions of Gov't

                    .  The Rule of Law: The Jurisprudential Principles of a Free Society

                    .  A Written Constitution of Specifically Enumerated Powers

                    .  The Separation of Powers

                    .  The Decentralization of Governmental Power

                    .  Majority Rule: Its Proper Place and Limitations

                    .  Taxation: “Turn Around Taxes” and the “Soak the Rich” Principle     

                    .  Conclusion

 

CONCLUSION