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Cècile Mathieu

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vocabulary, certain discourses and their occurrences—to a content plane—a universe expressed, cultural visions of the world, conceptual links corresponding to extensional classes.” 8 They note a bit later that “this content of content” is “poorly understood

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Robin Rodd

against anyone, protects everyone, including conservatives” (Berres 1958, cited in Arias and Rodriguez 2013: 48 , translated by the author). Citizens were to be cultivated through education to be tolerant of racial and class difference, and to respect all

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Heidi Hakkarainen

Britain and France, moral philosophy became intimately interlinked with emotions, as the nineteenth-century middle classes understood moral sense as being dependent on the cultivation of appropriate feelings. The capacity to feel compassion was supposed to

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Powerlessness and Unfairness

A Letter to Jan Zielonka

Henri Vogt

; and, even more importantly, 2) a prevailing sense of unfair inequality 1 in society, resulting in the creation of a new sort of Klassengesellschaft (class society). Both issues point to a problem that seems to be eroding today's European polities

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Elizabeth C. Macknight

published an in-depth study of the political campaign for la liberté de l’enseignement during 1830-1850. 8 At the center of Milbach’s analysis is a group of upper-class laymen from “the first generation of Catholics who invoked God and Liberty” in order

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Jules Vallès and Séverine

Romantic Socialism and the Afterlife of a Cross-Sex Friendship in French Political Culture, 1880–1929

Michael Mulvey

-American individualism, or embracing scientific socialism. Séverine later achieved celebrity as a Dreyfusard journalist, suffragist, and antiwar activist: moments when she collaborated with men and women outside artificial class-based divisions of proletarian and

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Jean Terrier

) mere cultural or social diversity, (2) conflictive pluralism (a social fact) understood as the “number and pattern of relatively enduring cleavages” (such as religion, language, ideology, class, and so forth) to consider when seeking to characterize

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Nadia Urbinati

advanced capitalism is gravely crippled (e.g., Habermas 1975: 68–75) . Yet within the current horizon of European integration, it is not the language of class and the strategy of working organization that attract people’s political imaginary—it is rather

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African Dawn

Keïta Fodéba and the Imagining of National Culture in Guinea

Andrew W. M. Smith

Francophile ruling class—represented the most challenging political force in the postwar colony, but also realized that the greatest danger presented by these same elites was in their allegiance shifting from France to communist powers. Thus the interaction of

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Leif Lewin

even go to war. There is also the risk that political goals become jeopardized if “good relations” wash out other concerns by giving certain groups greater say. In the same way, for example, as the resistance of the upper class might have thwarted the