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Public Philosophy in a New Key, 1 : Democracy and Civic Freedom

By: Tully, James.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Ideas in Context, 93: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008Description: 1 online resource (388 p.).ISBN: 9780511463457.Subject(s): Burgerrechten | Burgerschap | Citizenship | Democracy | Politieke cultuurGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Public Philosophy in a New Key, 1 : Democracy and Civic FreedomDDC classification: 172 | 323.601 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Credits; Volume I; Volume II; Introduction; Public philosophy and civic freedom: a guide to the two volumes; PART 1 Approaching practice; Chapter 1 Public philosophy as a critical activity; Chapter 2 Situated creatively: Wittgenstein and political philosophy; Chapter 3 To think and act differently: comparing critical ethos and critical theory; PART 2 Democracy and recognition; Chapter 4 The agonistic freedom of citizens; Chapter 5 Reimagining belonging in diverse societies
Chapter 6 Multinational democracies: an introductory sketchPART 3 Indigenous peoples; Chapter 7 The negotiation of reconciliation; Chapter 8 The struggles of Indigenous peoples for and of freedom; Conclusion; Chapter 9 A new field of democracy and civic freedom; Bibliography; Index to Volume I; Ideas in context
Summary: Two ambitious volumes from one of the world's leading political philosophers presenting a new kind of political and legal theory.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Credits; Volume I; Volume II; Introduction; Public philosophy and civic freedom: a guide to the two volumes; PART 1 Approaching practice; Chapter 1 Public philosophy as a critical activity; Chapter 2 Situated creatively: Wittgenstein and political philosophy; Chapter 3 To think and act differently: comparing critical ethos and critical theory; PART 2 Democracy and recognition; Chapter 4 The agonistic freedom of citizens; Chapter 5 Reimagining belonging in diverse societies

Chapter 6 Multinational democracies: an introductory sketchPART 3 Indigenous peoples; Chapter 7 The negotiation of reconciliation; Chapter 8 The struggles of Indigenous peoples for and of freedom; Conclusion; Chapter 9 A new field of democracy and civic freedom; Bibliography; Index to Volume I; Ideas in context

Two ambitious volumes from one of the world's leading political philosophers presenting a new kind of political and legal theory.

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