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Liberal Nationalism (Studies in Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy)

by Yael Tamir

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liberalism & centre democratic ideologies,
  • Nationalism,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Philosophy,
  • General,
  • Political,
  • Philosophy / Political,
  • Political Philosophy,
  • Political Science and International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7755862M
    ISBN 10069100174X
    ISBN 109780691001746

    Liberal Nationalism is an impressive attempt to tie together a wide range of issues often kept apart: personal autonomy, cultural membership, political obligations, particularity versus impartiality in moral duties, and global justice. Drawing on material from disparate fields—including political philosophy, ethics, law, and sociology—Tamir Price: $   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top Liberal nationalism by Tamir, Yael. Publication date Topics Liberalism, Nationalism Publisher Princeton, N.J.: Pages:

    At barely over pages, This America is a compact book. It provides a brief history of the nation-state, American nationalism, and liberalism. Throughout, Lepore tracks the development of.   The three books under review have one thing in common. They each revisit territory their authors have explored before, indeed a quarter of a century before. Liah Greenfeld’s Nationalism: A Short History returns to themes she first discussed at greater length in Nationalism: Five Roads to Modernity (). The earlier book received mixed.

    Yet in his book “The Jewish State,” Herzl dreamed of the Jewish state as a liberal light unto the nations. nationalism, liberalism, rationalism, socialism and capitalism. Zionism was. The Prospects for Liberal Nationalism in Post-Leninist States Cheng Chen “The Prospects for Liberal Nationalism in Post-Leninist States is the first book to systematically compare the impact of Leninist legacies on postcommunist national identity. Chen’s main argument—that the fusion of indigenous Leninism and nationalism in Russia and China presents greater obstacles to the development.


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Liberal Nationalism (Studies in Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy) by Yael Tamir Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this provocative work, Yael Tamir urges liberals not to surrender the concept of nationalism to conservative, chauvinist, or racist ideologies.

In her view, liberalism, with its respect for. In this provocative work, Yael Tamir urges liberals not to surrender the concept of nationalism to conservative, chauvinist, or racist ideologies. In her view, liberalism, with its respect for personal autonomy, reflection, and choice, and nationalism, with its emphasis on belonging, loyalty, and solidarity, are not irreconcilable.

While nationalism was generally overlooked until the mid-Eighties, bon ton now dictates that it should be acknowledged but in derogatory terms, usually in reference to the atrocities in Bosnia.

Tony Judt seems to have followed this line in his critique of my book Liberal Nationalism. He seems to have little time for any form of nationalism. In this provocative work, Yael Tamir urges liberals not to surrender the concept of nationalism to conservative, chauvinist, or racist ideologies.

In her view, liberalism, with its respect for personal autonomy, reflection, and choice, and nationalism, with its emphasis on belonging, loyalty, and solidarity are not irreconcilable.

Edited by Gina Gustavsson and David Miller A unique book bringing together scholars from different disciplinary background, including political philosophers and social scientists Engages in a Liberal Nationalism book conversation on what two decades of research have taught us about national identities and their social consequences.

Liberal nationalism holds that, far from being a threat to democracy, nationalism, the correspondence of cultural nation and state, is a necessary, though not sufficient, condition for democracy in most places today.

Modern democracy presupposes a degree of extra-political by:   This book examines the role of nationalism in post-communist development in central Europe, focusing in particular on Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

It argues that a. In “This America,” Lepore defends a version of civic patriotism against the three alternatives: illiberal nationalism, identity politics and liberal nationalism.

Much of the book is. Liberal Nationalism is an impressive attempt to tie together a wide range of issues often kept apart: personal autonomy, cultural membership, political obligations, particularity versus impartiality in moral duties, and global justice.

Drawing on material from disparate fields―including political philosophy, ethics, law, and sociology―Tamir /5(2). This book examines the rise and fall of the liberal nationalist movement in Iran. It provides an analysis of the National Fronts' successes and failures, focusing on their interactions with both the other contenders, including the government and international by: Liberal nationalism Liberal nationalism, also known as civic nationalism or civil nationalism, is a kind of nationalism identified by political philosophers who believe in a non-xenophobic form of nationalism compatible with liberal values of freedom, tolerance, equality, and individual rights.

Tamir's book opens with the now standard lament about the rise of authoritarian populists everywhere. She considers herself a liberal in the tradition of Isaiah Berlin, her doctoral advisor, and the book is presented as a call for liberals to reclaim nationalism.

By nationalism, she means an inclusive ethnic nationalism with a strong state. The major achievement of this remarkable book is a critical theory of nationalism, worked through historical and contemporary examples, explaining the /5.

Synopsis In this provocative work, Yael Tamir proposes that liberalism, with its respect for personal autonomy, reflection and choice, and nationalism, with its emphasis on belonging, loyalty, and solidarity, are not irreconcilable.

Here she offers a new theory, liberal nationalism, which allows each set of values to accommodate the other. In his book, The Jungle Grows Back, Kagan argues that we are all too cognizant of the costs of American hegemony, while failing to recognize the benefits of liberal internationalism.

Whereas nationalists like Hazony see liberal hegemony as threatening the older Westphalian system of independent nation-states, Kagan fears the West's loss of. Editor’s Note: The following excerpt is adapted from Mr. Hazony’s latest book, The Virtue of Nationalism.

It appears here with permission. Liberal thinking must permeate all nations. Liberal nationalism attempts to capture what is essential to both schools of thought, drawing from liberalism a commitment to personal autonomy and individual rights, and from nationalism an appreciation of the importance of membership in human communities in general, and.

This book examines the role of nationalism in post-communist development in central Europe, focusing in particular on Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It argues that a certain type of nationalism, that is liberal nationalism, has positively influenced the process of postcommunist transition towards the emerging liberal democratic order.

Jill Lepore's 'This America' Pits Rise In Nationalism Against Championing Of Liberal Democracy Jill Lepore, author of These Truths, argues that supporters of free and fair liberal. This book discusses a number of important developments in Europe, developments that challenge our most basic ideas of the nature of political community and of membership within it.

This chapter has a different interpretation of some of these developments and of their implications for political philosophy, which it tries to spell out here. It discusses that the predominant ideal of political. out of 5 stars Recommendation of Liberal Nationalism in Israel Reviewed in the United States on Ma Joseph Agassi is a thoughtful philosopher, whose recent book, Liberal Nationalism in Israel, presents a profound analysis of national identity, political processes, and the relation between religion and the state.5/5(3).This chapter examines the debate between traditional Enlightenment cosmopolitanism and liberal nationalism.

Enlightenment thinkers view the state as a protector of individual liberties, rather than a defender of national culture or identities. Liberal nationalists expect the state to protect national cultures and to express people’s identities.“A book for our times, Why Nationalism is carefully argued and fiercely written.

Yael Tamir provides an original and incisive account of the ‘nationalism of the vulnerable’—the people who are being left behind—expressing a sympathy that is often missing among liberal writers.”—Michael Walzer, author of A Foreign Policy for the Left.