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Citizenship and National Identity.

By: Miller, David l.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (225 p.).ISBN: 9780745667935.Subject(s): Citizenship | NationalismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Citizenship and National IdentityDDC classification: 323.042 | 323/.042 LOC classification: JF801 .M55 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 Deliberative Democracy and Social Choice; 2 In Defence of Nationality; 3 Citizenship and Pluralism; 4 Group Identities, National Identities and Democratic Politics; 5 Bounded Citizenship; 6 Commuiritarianism: Left, Right and Centre; 7 Secession and the Principle of Nationality; 8 Nationality in Divided Societies; 9 Is Deliberative Democracy Unfair to Disadvantaged Groups?; 10 National Self-Determination and Global Justice; Notes; Index
Summary: A good political community is one whose citizens are actively engaged in deciding their common future together. Bound together by ties of national solidarity, they discover and implement principles of justice that all can share, and in doing so they respect the separate identities of minority groups within the community. In the essays collected in this book, David Miller shows that such an ideal is not only desirable, but feasible. He explains how active citizenship on the republican model differs from liberal citizenship, and why it serves disadvantaged groups better than currently fash
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 Deliberative Democracy and Social Choice; 2 In Defence of Nationality; 3 Citizenship and Pluralism; 4 Group Identities, National Identities and Democratic Politics; 5 Bounded Citizenship; 6 Commuiritarianism: Left, Right and Centre; 7 Secession and the Principle of Nationality; 8 Nationality in Divided Societies; 9 Is Deliberative Democracy Unfair to Disadvantaged Groups?; 10 National Self-Determination and Global Justice; Notes; Index

A good political community is one whose citizens are actively engaged in deciding their common future together. Bound together by ties of national solidarity, they discover and implement principles of justice that all can share, and in doing so they respect the separate identities of minority groups within the community. In the essays collected in this book, David Miller shows that such an ideal is not only desirable, but feasible. He explains how active citizenship on the republican model differs from liberal citizenship, and why it serves disadvantaged groups better than currently fash

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David Miller is Official Fellow in Social and Political Theory, Nuffield College, Oxford

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