Canadian Political Philosophy: Contemporary Reflections

Paperback | October 24, 2000

EditorRonald Beiner, Wayne Norman

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The essays collected in Canadian Political Philosophy reflect a broad range of contemporary political and philosophical issues: liberalism and citizenship; equality, justice, and gender; minority rights, multiculturalism, and identity; nationalism and self-determination; and finally, topics inthe history of political philosophy.

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Around the world, the thought and writings of Canadian political theorists and philosophers is greatly valued. Canadian Political Philosophy: Contemporary Reflections brings together a broad range of ideas from some of Canada’s most distinguished thinkers. Essays by such contributors as Will Kymlicka, Stephane Dion and Charles Tayl...

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The essays collected in Canadian Political Philosophy reflect a broad range of contemporary political and philosophical issues: liberalism and citizenship; equality, justice, and gender; minority rights, multiculturalism, and identity; nationalism and self-determination; and finally, topics inthe history of political philosophy.

Ronald Beiner is at University of Toronto. Wayne Norman is at University of British Columbia.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:380 pages, 5.7 × 8.7 × 1 inPublished:October 24, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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IntroductionPart I: Rethinking Liberalism and Citizenship1. Joseph H. Carens: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and Immigration: False Dichotomies and Shifting Presuppositions2. James Tully: Democracy and Globalization: A Defeasible Sketch3. Simone Chambers: New Constitutionalism: Democracy, Habermas, and Canadian Exceptionalism4. Daniel M. Weinstock: Saving Democracy from Deliberation5. Eamonn Callan: Self-Defeating Political EducationPart II: Equality, Justice and Gender6. G.A. Cohen: History, Ethics, and Marxism7. Christine Sypnowich: Egalitarianism Renewed8. Jennifer Nedelsky: A Relational Approach to Citizenship9. Ingrid Makus: Birth, Maternity, Citizenship: Some ReflectionsPart III: Minority Rights, Multiculturalism and Identity10. Will Kymlicka: The New Debate over Minority Rights11. Margaret Moore: Liberal Nationalism and Multiculturalism12. Denise Raeume: Legal Multiculturalism From the Bottom Up13. Stephen L. Newman: What Not to Do About Hate Speech: An Argument Against Censorship14. Melissa S. Williams: Toleration, Canadian Style: Reflections of a Yankee-Canadian15. Clifford Orwin: Charles Taylor's Pedagogy of RecognitionPart IV: Nationalism and Self-Determination16. Dominique Leydet: Lifeboat17. William James Booth: Communities of Memory18. Philip Resnick: Civic and Ethnic Nationalism: Lessons from the Canadian Case19. Guy Laforest: The True Nature of Sovereignty: Reply to My Critics Concerning Trudeau and the End of a Canadian Dream20. Stephane Dion: The Supreme Court's Reference on Unilateral Secession: A Turning Point in Canadian History21. Dale Turner: Vision: Towards an Understanding of Aboriginal SovereigntyPart V: In Dialogue with the History of Political Philosophy22. Thomas L. Pangle: The Platonic Challenge to the Modern Idea of the Public Intellectual23. Arthur Ripstein: Coercion and Disagreement24. Edward Andrew: Liberalism and Moral Subjectivism25. Barry Cooper: Weaving a Work26. Charles Taylor: The Immanent Counter-Enlightenment

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Around the world, the thought and writings of Canadian political theorists and philosophers is greatly valued. Canadian Political Philosophy: Contemporary Reflections brings together a broad range of ideas from some of Canada’s most distinguished thinkers. Essays by such contributors as Will Kymlicka, Stephane Dion and Charles Taylor tackle such topics as liberalism, citizenship, equality, justice, gender, minority rights, multiculturalism, national identity and self-determinism. This fascinating collection makes an invaluable contribution to international debates of political philosophy.