Freedom and democracy in an imperial context : dialogues with James Tully
by
 
Nichols, Robert, 1979- , editor of compilation.

Title
Freedom and democracy in an imperial context : dialogues with James Tully

Author
Nichols, Robert, 1979- , editor of compilation.

ISBN
9780415815994

Physical Description
xii, 299 pages ; 24 cm.

General Note
"Donated by Emine Lâle Demirtürk."

Contents
. Editors' introduction / Robert Nichols & Jakeet Singh -- Engagement, proposals and the key of reasoning / Anthony Simon Laden -- Freedom as practice and civic genius : on James Tully's public philosophy / Eduardo Mendieta -- At the edges of civic freedom : violence, power, enmity / Antonio Vázquez-Arroyo -- [Un]Dazzled by the ideal? : James Tully and new realism / Bonnie Honig -- Vattel, imperialism, and the rights of indigenous peoples / Antony Anghie -- On the moral justification of reparation for New World slavery / David Scott -- Postnational constellations? : political citizenship and the modern state / Christian Emden -- Spaces of freedom, citizenship and state in the context of globalization : South Africa and Bolivia / Eunice N. Sahle -- Becoming Black : acting otherwise and re-imagining community / Aletta J. Norval -- Accessing Tully : political philosophy for the everyday and the everyone / Val Napoleon and Hadley Friedland -- Responses / James Tully.

Personal Subject
Tully, James, 1946--Political and social views.

Subject Term
Democracy -- Philosophy.
 
Liberty -- Philosophy.

Added Author
Nichols, Robert, 1979- ,
 
Singh, Jakeet,


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University LibraryBookB160114JC423 .F7517 2015Central Campus LibraryCentral Campus Library