Beyond Nationalism?

Beyond Nationalism? : Sovereignty and Citizenship

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Bringing fresh insight to an important contemporary debate, Fred Dallmayr and Jose M. Rosales consider the changing definition of nationalism and the nation-state in our era of globalization. The question mark in the title of this volume points to the multiple issues at stake: what is the meaning of nationalism? Is there only one or possibly multiple types of nationalism? What does it mean to be "beyond" nationalism? Can one safely abandon nationalism and the nation-state? The contributors address these and other concerns, not only through the lenses of institutional and comparative social scientific analysis, but also with an eye toward the "existential" implications for people living in our time: their well-being, legal safety and protection, and sense of identity. Dallmayr and Rosales have structured the book in three parts, leading from theoretical revisions of nationalist theory to contrasting views on globalization and sovereignty to the concluding discussion of human rights. Beyond Nationalism? thus explores some of the most urgent contemporary civic and political challenges raised by a post-national and cosmopolitan reconfiguration of the world order.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 177.8 x 254 x 25.4mm | 439.31g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • New
  • bibliography, index
  • 0739102257
  • 9780739102251

About Jose M. Rosales

Fred Dallmayr is Packey Dee Professor in the departments of government and philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Jose M. Rosales teaches in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Malaga.
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These essays... serve as a valuable addition to the wide body of scholarly literature on nationalism... Dallmayr and Rosales's text offers an insightful and well-rounded treatment of nationalism in the contemporary era. Perspectives on Political Science
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Table of contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Nationalism and Beyond Chapter 3 Modalities of Consent, Compliance, and Non-Compliance: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty Reconsidered Chapter 4 Does a Homogeneous Conception of Nation Exist? A Typology of National Identities Chapter 5 Nationalism and Typological Thinking Chapter 6 Nations within Nations-Nationalism within Identity Politics Chapter 7 Self-Determination without Nationalism Part 8 Globalization and Sovereignty Chapter 9 War, Politics, and Sovereign Violence Chapter 10 The Subject of Sovereignty Chapter 11 Nationalism, Sovereignty, and Pluralism: The Case of William James Chapter 12 Democratic Internationalism: A Defense of Deliberation as a Medium for Internationalism Chapter 13 Nationalism and Sovereignty Overrides: Permissibility of Other Polities Chapter 14 Thinking Globalization, Rethinking Toleration Part 15 Citizenship in a Global World Chapter 16 National Identities and Cosmopolitan Virtues: Citizenship in a Global Age Chapter 17 Multiculturalism, Differentiated Citizenship, and the Problem of Self-Determination Chapter 18 Multiculturalism and Constitutional Patriotism in Eastern Europe Chapter 19 Justice and Immigration: An Argument Against Nationality as "Cement" of "Citizenship" Chapter 20 Globalization and Differentiality in Human Rights
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