3 edition of Liberalism, citizenship, and autonomy found in the catalog.
Liberalism, citizenship, and autonomy
|Statement||edited by David Milligan, William Watts Miller.|
|Series||Avebury series in philosophy|
|Contributions||Milligan, David, 1930-, Watts Miller, William, 1944-, Colston Research Society.|
|LC Classifications||JC571 .L5376 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 228 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||92009982|
liberalism in education, it is necessary to focus on the two animating impulses of liberalism’s projects. These drives can be read in liberalism’s foundational texts and are. "Faith in Schools? is a forceful and well-argued contribution to the debate on the place of autonomy both in liberal-democratic schooling and in liberal political theory.
Dagger demonstrates how republican liberalism proceeds from a fundamental right of autonomy, to the recognition of interdependence and reciprocity, and on to the . John Rawls claims that the kind of citizenship education required by political liberalism demands ‘far less’ than that required by comprehensive : Blain Neufeld.
Autonomy, Citizenship, and Religious Education in the Liberal State, Ian MacMullen explores the issue of state funding for religious schools in liberal secular democracies that are characterized by religious pluralism. The author, a political theorist, argues in favor of public funding for religious schools of all faiths, provided these schools educate for autonomy or “the capacity for Author: Valerie Stoker. Fostering Autonomy. A Theory of Citizenship, the State, and Social Service Delivery. Elizabeth Ben-Ishai “Elizabeth Ben-Ishai’s work speaks in important ways both to normative theories of the liberal state and to ongoing conversations about the design and implementation of public : Elizabeth Ben-Ishai.
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[David Milligan; William Watts Miller; Colston Research Society.;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: David Milligan; Liberal Elitism John Skorupski -- Autonomy -- Autonomy, Character and Situation \/ David Archard -- Personal Autonomy and Identification with a Community.
Becoming Free: Autonomy and Diversity in the Liberal Polity [Emily R. Gill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As ethnic, racial, religious, and gender-based groups demand rights to pursue radically diverse lifestyles or maintain their cultural traditionsCited by: The version of liberalism in Civic Virtues is and autonomy book an attractive one, and it very effectively makes the point that the virtues of citizenship must be an abiding theme for all students of political philosophy, those who follow Rawls as much as those who follow Rousseau."--American Political Science ReviewCited by: Autonomy, Citizenship, And Religious Education In The Liberal State Paperback – by Ian Macmullen (Author)Cited by: Review of the hardback: 'Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism is an excellent collection of essays that significantly advances theoretical debates about autonomy within moral psychology, action theory and liberal political philosophy.' The Journal of Value Inquiry ' the volume is a valuable addition to the literature on cturer: Cambridge University Press.
Keywords: civic education, character education, civic virtue, autonomy, critical thinking, moral motivation, citizenship, liberalism, liberal democracy Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the : Ian Macmullen.
Review of the hardback:'Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism is an excellent collection of essays that significantly advances theoretical debates about autonomy within moral psychology, action theory and liberal political philosophy.' Source: The Journal of Value Inquiry ' the volume is a valuable addition to the literature on autonomy.
This book is an important addition to the rapidly proliferating literature on questions of citizenship. Ronald Beiner offers a rich normative-philosophical reflection and valorization of the idea of citizenship, specifically to demonstrate that neither liberalism nor nationalism fully honours what he calls the “civic idea.”.
Liberal and republican conceptions of citizenship Iseult Honohan This is an author produced PDF of a chapter to b e published in: Ayelet Shachar, Rainer Baub öck,Author: Iseult Honohan.
Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism: New Essays John Christman, Joel Anderson In recent years the concepts of individual autonomy and political liberalism have been the subjects of intense debate, but these discussions have occurred largely within separate academic disciplines.
This chapter outlines the main elements of political liberalism, summarizes the main requirements of a political liberal citizenship education, and surveys three arguments in support of and against the thesis that a political liberal education amounts to an education for comprehensive : Blain Neufeld.
Civic Virtues Rights, Citizenship, and Republican Liberalism Richard Dagger Oxford Political Theory. Dagger states the case for republican liberalism, a political theory that combines a concern for individual rights and autonomy with a concern for the claims of community, duty, and public-spirited citizenship.
Republican-Liberal Citizenship: 98 (6) The Citizen as Consumer: (4) Republican Liberalism and the Assurance Game Autonomy, Solidarity, and the Politics of Difference: (5) an important work given the growing interest in active 's book makes a very important contribution to our understanding of citizenship 4/4(1).
"The book is beautifully written, elegantly organised and it achieves with splendid efficiency all of the goals that it sets for itself. I recommend it warmly."--Mind "Dagger's book makes a very important contribution to our understanding of citizenship through its clear demonstration that state promotion of civic virtue is compatible with individual autonomy."--Political Studies.
The Boundaries of Citizenship is a timely look at how cultural identities are formed and transformed—and why the political implications of this process are so important.
The book will be of interest to readers in a broad range of academic disciplines, including political science, law, history, sociology, and cultural studies.
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The relationship between individuals and the political community has been conceptualised in a number of different ways. This chapter will consider three different classical conceptions of citizenship.
The first is the liberal conception, which, unsurprisingly, takes the individual as the main focus. A liberal theory of citizenship emphasises the equality of rights which each citizen holds, and.
The flight from liberalism --Liberalism and public justification --Law and liberal citizenship --The institutions of justification --The constitutiion of liberalism --Freedom, autonomy and liberal community --The liberal virtues. Political Liberalism and Autonomy Education: Are Citizenship-Based Arguments Enough.
Gina Schouten - - Philosophical Studies (5) Educating in Respect: Against Neutral Discourse as a Norm for Respectful Classroom : Blain Neufeld. Autonomy, Citizenship, and Religious Education in the Liberal State.
By MacMullenIan. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, x + pp. $ cloth - Volume 2 Issue 3 - Ellis M. West.Political liberals such as Stephen Macedo and Victoria Costa maintain that political liberalism requires a form of citizenship education that is far more demanding than that suggested by Rawls.
Gordon Davis and Blain Neufeld, in contrast, defend Rawls's position. These different views have implications for the content of mandatory citizenship Cited by: 5.Gina Schouten has just begun a job as assistant professor of philosophy at Harvard University.
She received her BA in from Ball State University. After a year spent teaching kindergarten in Denver, Colorado, she began graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she received her PhD in Fromshe was assistant professor of philosophy at.