The Transformation of Political Community: Ethical Foundations of the Post-Westphalian Era

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Univ of South Carolina Press, 1998 - Počet stran: 263
Sovereign nation states, which were formed in the context of major war, have been deeply exclusionary in their dealings with minority cultures and alien outsiders. In this book, Andrew Linklater claims that globalization, the pacification of core areas of the world economy and ethnic revolt challenge these traditional practices. As a result, new forms of political community and citizenship have become possible. The Transformation of Political Community will be of interest to students and academics in international relations, politics and sociology.
 

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Introduction
1
Anarchy Community and Critical International Theory
14
The Problem of Community in International Relations
23
Theorising the Reconfiguration of Political Community
34
Universality Difference and the Emancipatory Project
46
The State Citizenship and Humanity
56
Universalism Domination and Otherness
62
The Dialogic Ethic and the Transformation of Political
77
Social Learning and International Relations
119
Inclusion and Exclusion in World Civilisations
123
State Power Modernity and its Potentials
145
On the Possibility of New State Structures
161
Community and Citizenship in the PostWestphalian
179
Beyond the Westphalian State
193
Conclusion
213
Select Bibliography
241

Dialogue and Discourse
87
Universalism Revisited
100
The Modes of Exclusion and the Boundaries
109

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