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Democracy as an open-ended utopia reviving an Sense of Uncoerced Political Possibility Steven FriedmanDemocracy as an open-ended utopia reviving an Sense of Uncoerced Political Possibility Steven Friedman
Utopia is, in the main, no longer seen as a practical possibility. It is necessary that it become one again
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Mankind do not love to read anything upon any theory of government Theoretical books upon government will not sellMankind do not love to read anything upon any theory of government Theoretical books upon government will not sell
Mankind do not love to read anything upon any theory of government Theoretical books upon government will not sel
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Reports and Papers on Raymond Williams Residential Seminars The 23rd annual Raymond Williams w/end 6-8 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, BarlastonReports and Papers on Raymond Williams Residential Seminars The 23rd annual Raymond Williams w/end 6-8 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston
Another great success for our annual residential weekend. Feed-back from the 46 who attended the full weekend as students was most positive with a whole string of 'excellent' s including this
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Hero-making, Christopher ColumbusHero-making, Christopher Columbus
James Baldwin: What passes for identity in America is a series of myths about one's heroic ancestors
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Effects of Columbus’s Voyage: Slavery DirectionsEffects of Columbus’s Voyage: Slavery Directions
Directions: Read the excerpt below. After reading, with your breakaway group write a summary of the main points from the excerpt. Be prepared to explain your summary to your home group
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Review of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural CitizenshipReview of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship
Bibliographische Beschreibung: Haist, Allana: “Securing Diversity: a review of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship”, Dissertation, Technische Universität Chemnitz, 2011. 316 Seiten, 1 Abbildung, 0 Tabellen
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Lenin, was the Bolshevik leader of the Russian Revolution. He became the iconic symbol of world communism and in his own country was the focus of a semireligious cult. This widely distributed Soviet propaganda poster reads “Lenin lived; Lenin lives; Lenin
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Education and the Formation of the StateEducation and the Formation of the State
This week’s readings focus on the proper training of the populous and the rulers in an ideal state. Both Plato and the American Founding Fathers ponder how best to promote social and political harmony in a healthy nation-state
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The significance of work for the citizenship of disabled people. Paul abberleyThe significance of work for the citizenship of disabled people. Paul abberley
The practical implication of such a view is the advocacy of a dual strategy, of work facilitation for those who want it and can meaningfully take part in the labour process and the general valorisation of non-working lives for those
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Political diversityPolitical diversity
Acknowledgements: We thank Bill von Hippel, Michael Huemer, Jon Krosnick, Greg Mitchell, Richard Nisbett, and Bobbie Spellman for their comments on earlier drafts of this manuscript
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