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Nadia Urbinati

impartiality of judgment, freedom from influence, or autonomy of will formation. Crisis as Catastrophe The third discourse about crisis is external to proceduralism as such and presumes a substantive conception of the national community that sustains a

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Modernity, Ḥadātha, and Modernité in the Works of Abdallah Laroui

Conceptual Translation and the Politics of Historicity

Nils Riecken

production of national histories, the progressive time of the secular, and the “backwardness” of those supposedly outside modernity—achieve greater universalization than others, some become hegemonic, while others are repositioned through those hegemonic

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The Limits of Liberal Democracy

Prospects for Democratizing Democracy

Viviana Asara

the social, economic, and cultural rights (including fields such as education, work, housing, health) of the second-generation, sanctioned in many national constitutions, to the collective and solidarity rights of the third generation (self

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COVID and the Era of Emergencies

What Type of Freedom is at Stake?

Danielle Celermajer and Dalia Nassar

-handed policing, through providing individuals with a calculus where they can see the benefit to themselves, or, as Arendt reminded us, by enrolling them in an ideology, be that the ideology of national belonging, economic progress, or the indubitable rightness of

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Nicole Abravanel

revendications des minorités nationales qui se formulaient elles aussi désormais en termes d’ethnicité, ou bien de les contenir, en leur ouvrant un débouché. 6 Dans le monde juif, a été retenu le succès marqué par le mouvement sioniste qui fut symbolisé par l

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A World in the Making

Discovering the Future in the Hispanic World

Javier Fernández-Sebastián

Translator : Mark Hounsell

eighteenth century—Pedro Rodríguez de Campomanes, José Cadalso, Juan Pablo Forner, León de Arroyal, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos, and others—advocates of an emerging national consciousness restricted to mainland Spain, found in Spain’s past certain elements

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Elizabeth C. Macknight

declining levels of religiosity and difficulties of access to schooling among the poor. Most of the Catholic nobility who were active in founding schools did not command national media attention, unlike those elected laymen who debated in parliament. 16

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Paul Apostolidis, William E. Connolly, Jodi Dean, Jade Schiff, and Romand Coles

constituencies in a variety of situations. For militant action today cannot be organized around one class, racial configuration, gender, region, or national identity alone. The world is composed of too many diversities and situational binds for that. Enclosed

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Cross-Generational Abuse

Priests, Parishioners, and the Catholic Church in New Spain

Zeb Tortorici

several smaller mining towns shows: María García confessed to soliciting five indigenous peoples (four men and a woman), six mulatto men, six Spanish men, twelve racially mixed quebrado men, and a quebrada woman, along with some whose identities he

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Francisco A. Ortega

sociopolitical vocabularies—made up of concepts such as republic, constitution, citizenship, liberty, and equality—served to re-elaborate past experiences in radically unexpected directions while shaping the emergence of collective identities. 5 Events and news