Communitarianism and citizenship

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Ashgate, 1998 - Philosophy - 237 pages
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This book is volume three in the series and is the edited proceedings of the 1997 ALSP conference. The conference covered issues relating to Communitarianism and citizenship from socio-legal, philosophical and political perspectives. The papers are a collection drawn from international authors covering a wide variety of subjects such as tolerance, social citizenship and social rights in a global context.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Communitarian Persuasion
15
Communitarianism and the Practice of Toleration
53
Nonconformism and Community
70
Community Zoos Theme Park Cultures and the Right
84
Citizenship Rights Gender and Politics of Difference
103
Social Citizenship and Social Rights
119
Social Citizenship Recommodification and the Contract State
134
Complex Organizations and Citizenship
158
Adam Fergusons
179
An Intervention
192
The Community of Friends
208
Contributors
235
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