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Social bonds as freedom : revisiting the dichotomy of the universal and the particular

Auteur(s) : Dumouchel, Paul (Éd.)
Gotoh, Reiko (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vi-303 p. ; tableaux ; 24 cm.Publication : New York : Berghahn Books, 2015.Cote : TIV.180Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. 
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Introduction. Of bonds and boundaries / Dumouchel, Paul et Gotoh, Reiko --

Incompleteness and the possibility of making: towards denationalized citizenship? / Sassen, Saskia --

Justice and culture: new contradictions in the era of techno-nihilist capitalism / Magatti, Mauro --

Making commonality in the plural on the basis of binding engagements / Thévenot, Laurent --

On the poverty of our freedom: relevance and limits of the Hegelian ethical system / Honneth, Alex --

Western Humanitarianism and the representation of distant suffering: a genealogy of moral grammars and visual regimes / Kurasawa, Fuyuki --

Parochial altruism and christian universalism: on the deep difficulties to create solidarity without outside enemies / Palaver, Wolfgang --

Partial commitments and universal obligations / Dumouchel, Paul --

A reluctant cosmopolitan / Phillips, Anne --

Liberal Autonomy and minority accomodation: a new approach / Brahm Levey, Geoffrey --

Cultural boundaries and the reasonable accommodation of minorities: is secularism enough? / Mahajan, Gurpreet --

Arrow, rawls, and sen: the transformation of political economics and the idea of liberalism / Gotoh, Reiko --

Conclusion. Social bonds as freedom / Dumouchel, Paul et Gotoh, Reiko.

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