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Constitutional Patriotism

Author : Jan-Werner Müller
ISBN : 1400828082
Genre : Political Science
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Constitutional Patriotism offers a new theory of citizenship and civic allegiance for today's culturally diverse liberal democracies. Rejecting conventional accounts of liberal nationalism and cosmopolitanism, Jan-Werner Müller argues for a form of political belonging centered on universalist norms, adapted for specific constitutional cultures. At the same time, he presents a novel approach to thinking about political belonging and the preconditions of democratic legitimacy beyond the nation-state. The book takes the development of the European Union as a case study, but its lessons apply also to the United States and other parts of the world. Müller's essay starts with an engaging historical account of the origins and spread of the concept of constitutional patriotism-the idea that political attachment ought to center on the norms and values of a liberal democratic constitution rather than a national culture or the "global human community." In a more analytical part, he then proposes a critical conception of citizenship that makes room for dissent and civil disobedience while taking seriously a polity's need for stability over time. Müller's theory of constitutional patriotism responds to the challenges of the de facto multiculturalism of today's states--with a number of concrete policy implications about immigration and the preconditions for citizenship clearly spelled out. And it asks what civic empowerment could mean in a globalizing world.

Patriotism

Author : Igor Primoratz
ISBN : 9781317083177
Genre : Political Science
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Economic and cultural globalization and the worldwide threat of terrorism have contributed to the resurgence of patriotic loyalty in many parts of the world and made the issues it raises highly topical. This collection of new essays by philosophers and political theorists engages with a wide range of conceptual, moral and political questions raised by the current revival of patriotism. It displays both similarities and differences between patriotism and nationalism, and considers the proposal of Habermas and others to disconnect the two. Ideal as a supplementary reader for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in politics/political science especially in political theory, contemporary political ideologies and nationalism and in philosophy for courses on applied ethics and political philosophy.

The Many Faces Of Patriotism

Author : Philip Abbott
ISBN : 0742550710
Genre : Philosophy
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The Many Faces of Patriotism debate the consequences of the 21st century's patriotic resurgence, examining it both in theoretical and comparative terms that draw on examples of patriotism from ancient Greece to post-apartheid South Africa.

The Fragility Of Law

Author : David Fraser
ISBN : 9781134021819
Genre : History
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The Fragility of Law examines the ways in which, during the Second World War, the Belgian government and judicial structure became implicated in the identification, exclusion and killing of its Jewish residents, and in the theft - through Aryanization - of Jewish property. David Fraser demonstrates how a series of political and legal compromises meant that the infrastructure for antisemitic persecutions and ultimately the deaths of thousands of Belgian Jews was Belgian. Based on extensive archival research in Belgium, France, the United States and Israel, The Fragility of Law offers the first detailed exploration in English of this intriguing and virtually unexplored episode of Holocaust history. Belgian legal officials did not hesitate to invoke the provisions of international law found in the Hague Convention and those guarantees of individual freedom found in the national Constitution to oppose the demands of the German Occupying Authority. However, they remained largely silent when anti-Jewish persecution was at stake. Indeed, despite the 2007 official report of expert historians on Belgian state collaboration in the persecution of the country’s Jewish population, the mythology of "passive collaboration" which has dominated Belgian historiography and accounts of the Holocaust in that country, must be radically rethought.

Migration And Identity In A Post National World

Author : K. Tonkiss
ISBN : 9781137309082
Genre : Political Science
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Katherine Tonkiss offers a succinct account of constitutional patriotism theory, specifically arguing that it involves a commitment to free migration. She draws on qualitative research to explore the implications of this claim for the dynamics of post-national identity and belonging in local communities.

Migration And Identity In A Post National World

Author : K. Tonkiss
ISBN : 9781137309082
Genre : Political Science
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Katherine Tonkiss offers a succinct account of constitutional patriotism theory, specifically arguing that it involves a commitment to free migration. She draws on qualitative research to explore the implications of this claim for the dynamics of post-national identity and belonging in local communities.

The Ethics Of Patriotism

Author : John Kleinig
ISBN : 9781118328040
Genre : Political Science
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The unique approach taken within The Ethics of Patriotism brings together the differing perspectives of three leading figures in the philosophical debate who deliver an up-to-date, accessible, and vigorous presentation of the major views and arguments. Brings together the differing perspectives of three leading philosophers, who, together, explore the major positions on the ethics of patriotism Connects with several burgeoning fields of interest in philosophy and politics, including nationalism, civic virtue, liberalism and republicanism, loyalty, and cosmopolitanism Demonstrates that it is possible to make progress on the question of the ethics of patriotism while taking an ecumenical approach to larger theoretical questions A timely and relevant response to the upsurge of interest in nationalism, patriotism, and secessions

The Identity Of The Constitutional Subject

Author : Michel Rosenfeld
ISBN : 9781135253271
Genre : Law
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The last fifty years has seen a worldwide trend toward constitutional democracy. But can constitutionalism become truly global? Relying on historical examples of successfully implanted constitutional regimes, ranging from the older experiences in the United States and France to the relatively recent ones in Germany, Spain and South Africa, Michel Rosenfeld sheds light on the range of conditions necessary for the emergence, continuity and adaptability of a viable constitutional identity - citizenship, nationalism, multiculturalism, and human rights being important elements. The Identity of the Constitutional Subject is the first systematic analysis of the concept, drawing on philosophy, psychoanalysis, political theory and law from a comparative perspective to explore the relationship between the ideal of constitutionalism and the need to construct a common constitutional identity that is distinct from national, cultural, ethnic or religious identity. The Identity of the Constitutional Subject will be of interest to students and scholars in law, legal and political philosophy, political science, multicultural studies, international relations and US politics.

Patriotism Is Not Enough

Author : Steven F. Hayward
ISBN : 9781594038846
Genre : Political Science
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This book is a lively intellectual history of a small circle of thinkers, especially, but not solely, Harry Jaffa and Walter Berns, who challenged the "mainstream" liberal consensus of political science and history about how the American Founding should be understood. Along the way they changed the course of the conservative movement and had a significant impact on shaping contemporary political debates from constitutional interpretation, civil rights, to the corruption of government today. Most importantly, these thinkers explain the deep reasons for patriotism—why we should love America not just because it is our country, but because it is a free and just country.

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Author : k. a.
ISBN : 9783640628742
Genre : Political Science
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Master's Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,0, University of Flensburg, language: English, abstract: The present thesis seeks to explore the relationship between a European Constitution and European identity. In order to approach this task comprehensively, a literature review has been conducted. In this context, both primary and secondary literature from the political, social and legal sciences has been discussed. During the European integration process, calls were to be heard of a European Constitution. After the Treaty of Nice in 2001, the Member States established a European Convention in 2002 / 2003. This Convention produced a Draft Constitutional Treaty which was to be ratified by the Member States. The “no” from France and the Netherlands showed that only because the reform was objectively worth approval because it strengthened the democratic legitimacy in both primary and secondary European law, the acceptance by the Union’s citizens is not necessarily guaranteed. This factual acceptance is not only concerned with legitimacy in a juridical sense but also with legitimacy in a sociological sense. The question arises which motivations might make the subjects factually accept the authority. Identity includes a feeling of belonging and empathy as a basis for solidarity and loyalty towards the object of identification. Collective identity has two important functions: substitute and sacrifice. Both play an important role in connection with acceptance or rejection of a system – and this also applies to the European Union. It will be shown that the emotional and cognitive levels of legitimisation are very closely intertwined. Additionally, the Constitutional Treaty will be discussed regarding identity-divisive elements. In the end, the potential of these elements to promote European identity shall be investigated.

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