OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Post-Liberalism: Recovering a Shared World

ISBN : 9780190949907

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¥7,689
著者: 
Fred Dallmayr
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240 ページ
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Hardcover
サイズ
140 x 210 mm
刊行日
2019年07月
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Liberal democracy is the dominant political ideology in the West today. Taken at face value it suggests an equivalency between its two central components-liberalism and democracy-but as Fred Dallmayr argues here, the two operate in very different registers. The two frequently conflict, endangering our public life.This is evident in the rise of self-centered neo-liberalism as well as autocratic movements in our world today.

More specifically, the conflict within liberal democracy is between the pursuit of individual or coporate interest, on the one hand, and a "people" increasingly fractured by economic and cultural clashes, on the other. Dallmayr asks whether there is still room for genuine privacy and authentic democracy when all public goods, from schools to parks, police, and armies, have been made the target of privatization. In this book, Dallmayr sets out to rescue democracy as a shared public and post-liberal regime. Nonetheless, "post-liberalism" does not involve the denial of human freedom nor does it suggest the endorsement of illiberal collectivism or nationalism. Drawing on a wide range of contemporary political, religious, and secular thought, Dallmayr charts a possible path to a liberal socialism that is devoid of egalitarian imperatives and a private sphere free from acquisitiveness.

目次: 

Preface iv
1. Introduction:
Liberalism and Democracy
2. Beyond Autistic Politics:
Narcissism and Public Agency
Interlude A: Public Space as Property?
Thinking at the Edge of the Cave
3. Virtue in Social and Public Life:
Aristotle and His Heirs
4. Between Life and Violent Death:
Is there a Natural Right(ness)?
5. Socialism as Democratic Justice:
A Concrete Utopia
Interlude B: The Politics of Virtue?
A Post-Liberal Agenda
6. Contesting Globalization:
Reflections on Glocalism
7. Nationalism and Beyond
World History and Redemption
8. Self-Will and All-Will:
Schelling and Heidegger on Freedom
9. Chaosmos:
Maintaining the World-Under Heaven
10. Concluding Comments:
Learning to be Human
Notes
References
Index

著者について: 

Fred Dallmayr is the Packey J. Dee Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at Notre Dame University. He is the author of thirty books, including Democracy to Come.

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