The Postmodern Political Condition

The Postmodern Political Condition

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In this work, the authors analyze the causes of recent changes in the vocabulary of present-day politics, summarizing the result in the term of "the postmodern political condition". By examining whether the postmodern debate has any relevance to practical politics today, they re-evaluate concepts which have been in the centre of debates for many years. The text focuses on a variety of processes, including the breakdown of the political narrative - identified by some as the end of ideology - the forms of morality which can operate within democratic politics today and the role of political, social and cultural movements.
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 152 x 229mm | 286g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • New edition
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  • index
  • 0745609295
  • 9780745609294

Table of contents

The postmodern political condition; on being satisfied in a dissatisfied society; the moral situation in modernity; political principles; citizen ethics and civic virtues; the pariah and the citizen (on Arendt's political theory); against the metaphysics of the social question; social justice and its principles; existentialism, alienation, postmodernism; Europe - an epilogue.
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