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Communitarianism and Citizenship

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ISBN13: 9781840148725
ISBN: 1840148721
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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This is volume three in the series, and presents the edited proceedings of the 1997 Association for Legal and Social Philosophy Conference. The papers cover issues relating to communitarianism and citizenship from socio-legal and socio-poltical perspectives. The papers are a collection drawn from international authors and cover a variety of subjects such as tolerance, social citizenship and social rights and civil rights in a global context.

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Contents:
Part 1 The Austin lecture: the communitarian persuasion, Philip Selznick.
Part 2: reinventing community and citizenship in the global era - a critique of the communitarian concept of community, Gerard Delanty; communitarianism and the practice of toleration, Maurizo Passerin d'Entreves; nonconformism and community, Avner de-Shalit; community zoos, theme park cultures and the right to leave them all, Burkhard Schafer.
Part 3: citizenship rights, gender and politics of difference, Elizabeth Kingdom; social citizenship and social rights, Cecile Fabre; social citizenship, re-commodification and the contract state, Paul Havemann; the corporate republic - complex organizations and citizenship, Mark Bovens.
Part 4: civil society as the community of citizens - Adam Ferguson's alternative to liberalism, John Varty; ""baffling"" criticism of an ""ill-equipped"" theory - an intervention in the exchange between MacIntyre and Taylor, Arto Laitinen; the community of friends, Sandra E. Marshall; doing justice to particulars, Scott Veitch.