Democracy and Difference
Seyla Benhabib (Hrsg.)
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The global trend toward democratization of the last two decades has been accompanied by the resurgence of various politics of "identity/difference." From nationalist and ethnic revivals in the countries of east and central Europe to the former Soviet Union, to the politics of cultural separatism in Canada, and to social movement politics in liberal western-democracies, the negotiation of identity/difference has become a challenge to democracies everywhere. This volume brings together a group of distinguished thinkers who rearticulate and reconsider the foundations of democratic theory and practice in the light of the politics of identity/difference.
In Part One Jürgen Habermas, Sheldon S. Wolin, Jane Mansbridge, Seyla Benhabib, Joshua Cohen, and Iris Marion Young write on democratic theory. Part Two--on equality, difference, and public representation--contains essays by Anne Phillips, Will Kymlicka, Carol C. Gould, Jean L. Cohen, and Nancy Fraser; and Part Three--on culture, identity, and democracy--by Chantal Mouffe, Bonnie Honig, Fred Dallmayr, Joan B. Landes, and Carlos A. Forment. In the last section Richard Rorty, Robert A. Dahl, Amy Gutmann, and Benjamin R. Barber write on whether democracy needs philosophical foundations.
Individualism, Civil society, John Rawls, False necessity, Just society, Androcentrism, Right-wing populism, Institution, Oppression, Privacy, Democracy, Politique, Hannah Arendt, Deliberative democracy, Public reason, Imperialism, Right to privacy, Reasonable person, Rule of law, Anti-racism, Antinomy, Separatism, Multiculturalism, Historicism, Veil of ignorance, Moral luck, Modernity, Political Liberalism, Metapolitics, Deliberation, Nancy Fraser, Ideal type, Overlapping consensus, Democratic liberalism, Liberal democracy, Equal opportunity, Consent of the governed, Distrust, Citizenship, Liberal neutrality, Rationality, Strong Democracy, Civil disobedience, Democratic ideals, Legitimacy (political), Politics, Pacifism, Utilitarianism, Bodily integrity, Critique, Welfare state, Davis v. Bandemer, Freedom of speech, Original position, Individual and group rights, Legal fiction, Reconstructivism, Søren Kierkegaard, Liberalism, Morality, Public sphere, Communitarianism, Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, Political philosophy, Theory, Externality, Feminism, State of nature, Metaphysics, Value pluralism