Carole Pateman reflects on her fifty years of scholarship in conversation with Graham Smith. The discussion focuses particular attention on Pateman’s work on participatory democracy and considers her contributions to debates on political obligation, feminism, basic income, and deliberative democracy.
Carole Pateman in Conversation with Graham Smith
Carole Pateman and Graham Smith
The Uneasy Case of Salvation Religions
William A. Edmundson
decent simply because it employs state power to assure that society is centered upon a comprehensive doctrine. And yet decent peoples can have genuine political obligations to their governing regimes – obligations (like those of liberal citizens) to obey
Romantic Socialism and the Afterlife of a Cross-Sex Friendship in French Political Culture, 1880–1929
Each recognized their friendship ( l’amitié ) as a relationship outside sexual relations with serious political obligations. Still, neither Vallès nor Séverine questioned masculine and feminine immutability inside the friendship. They acknowledged