7 edition of Liberalism without Democracy found in the catalog.
by Duke University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
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This book collects Nicholas Wolterstorff's papers in political philosophy. While this collection includes some of Wolterstorff's earlier and influential work on the intersection between liberal democracy and religion, it also contains nine new essays in which Wolterstorff stakes out novel positions regarding the nature of liberal democracy, human rights, and political ://:oso/ The second part of the book engages with the most important theorists of liberalism and democracy in contemporary political philosophy: namely, John Rawls, Jürgen Habermas, Axel Honneth and Nancy Fraser. What those authors share, in Shoikhedbrod’s view, is
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Liberalism Without Democracy is useful for scholars seeking to understand democratic change, or the lack thereof, in the Middle East and beyond [This book] promises to be a major contribution to the study of Middle East politics in the years to come.” — Mahmoud Hamad, Comparative Political Studies Liberalism without Democracy: Nationhood and Citizenship in Egypt, – - Ebook written by Abdeslam M.
Maghraoui. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Liberalism without Democracy: Nationhood and Citizenship in Egypt, – Liberalism without Democracy demonstrates the powerful—and under appreciated—role of language and culture in defining citizenship and political community.
Read more Read less Share Icon Share Also: “The importance liberalism accords individual rights inexorably leads to the belief that the best away to guard those rights is for every country to be a liberal democracy.” As these quotes suggest, he sees liberal expansionism abroad as a natural extension of liberalism’s inherent universalist :// Islam and Democracy in Indonesia takes a very valid and informative approach to exploring the possibility of tolerance without the western concept of liberalism.
Menchik completed a number of years in Indonesia gathering samples and surveys from Indonesia’s (and the world’s) largest Muslim organizations: Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
Democracy In Indonesia Tolerance Without Liberalism Cambridge Studies In Social Theory Religion And Politics democracy. In his book, A Theory of Universal Democracy, Khan provides a critique of liberal democracy and secularism.
He presents the concept of "fusion state" in which religion and state are fused. Islam and democracy - Combining history with political theory, this book restores the core meaning of democracy as collective and limited self-government by citizens.
That, rather than majority tyranny, is what democracy meant in ancient Athens, before › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government. Democracy Without Borders. covers the spectrum from political philosophy to practical policy, and splendidly reveals the depth, breadth, and brilliance of Plattner's insight and analysis.
Plattner's book is indispensable for anyone who cares about the fate of democracy in the present eraRobert Kagan, author of Of Paradise and Power Liberalism did not originally insist on democracy as a form of government, but it unequivocally insisted upon the ultimate sovereignty of the people.
Thus Locke argues that if the legislature is dissolved or violates its trust, the power to institute a new one reverts to the majority of the :// /liberalism-and-democracy-cant-have-one-without-other. by Alex Afouxenidis, National Centre for Social Research, Athens, Greece Neoliberalism is based on the idea of ignoring fundamental human needs.
The success of neoliberal political strategies rests on a mixture of rhetoric and control of democracy’s major local and global institutions. It is also based on the erosion of the key actors and institutions that The history of Western intervention in the Middle East stretches from the late eighteenth century to the present day.
All too often, the Western rationale for invading and occupying a country to liberate its people has produced new forms of domination that have hindered rather than encouraged Liberalism is often presented as a loose set of principles like reason, freedom, and the rule of law.
But over almost two centuries, the Economist has provided a window into the dominant strand of liberalism in action — with imperial conquest and undemocratic regimes defended in It is quite all right to hate democracy.
Rhoden dislikes democracy immensely. Without classical liberalism, he argues, it is normal to mistrust democracy in its purer form. Democracy is dreadful without the classifier “liberal” in front – because liberalism is a safeguard against democracy’s inherent decadence of rule by the :// Fawcett was a long-term correspondent at the Economist and his book, Liberalism: The Life of an Idea, is a magisterial history of the doctrine.
Fawcett doesn’t just summarize liberalism. He defends it against detractors. The book concludes that, while liberalism faces serious challenges, there is still plenty of gas left in the :// Get this from a library.
Liberalism without democracy: nationhood and citizenship in Egypt, [Abdeslam Maghraoui] -- This analysis of the failure of efforts to achieve liberal reform in Egypt following its independence from Great Britain in has implications This is a guest post from Ulrich Schmiedel, Lecturer in Theology, Politics, and Ethics, University of Edinburgh Thomas Lynch’s Apocalyptic Political Theology is an astute and acerbic critique of liberalism.
No surprises here. Since Carl Schmitt combined the political with the theological, the Schmittian separation of political theology from liberalism (and liberalism from political theology) Liberalism without democracy: nationhood and citizenship in Egypt, [Abdeslam Maghraoui] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Abdeslam Maghraoui.
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He argues that while polarization is normal (the United States is still actually less polarized than many other democracies), our political He argues that this slide towards ‘neo-illiberal democracy’ can be countered if we hard-headedly restore a ‘liberalism without nostalgia’ which institutes policies that can dampen down populist passions and strengthen liberal institutional barriers against :// The book thus defends a position known as political liberalism.
The first part of the book subjects the liberal perfectionist position to critical scrutiny, advancing three major objections that raise serious doubts about the liberal perfectionist position with regard to autonomy, paternalism, and political ://.
His claim is that, without a utopian vision, liberalism perishes. Or as he puts it, “A left constituted the liberal backbone; as the left vaporized, the backbone went soft.” In the last decade, the collapse of communism and the stagnation of “social democracy” in Europe have deprived the left of any credible proposal for radical :// Neither liberalism nor neoliberalism can be grasped coherently without talking about capitalism and democracy.
If liberalism names the political ideology aligned to the historical emergence of “free market” capitalism and Western-style representative democracy, neoliberalism signifies a particular regime of liberalism, capitalism, and democracy that has been globalized since the s, in Despite the singular term liberalism, there are two relatively distinct historical branches—political and economic liberalisms—and a collection of variously titled modern branches.
Political liberalism arose in the seventeenth century to counter universalistic religious views whose proponents were so ardent as to wish to impose those views by force, and in a sense therefore it was an