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date: 17 February 2020

Political Theory

Political Theory

    • About the Contributors xi

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. Introduction 3

      John S. Dryzek, Bonnie Honig & Anne Phillips

  • Part II Contemporary Currents

    1. 2. Justice After Rawls 45

      Richard J. Arneson

    2. 3. Power After Foucault 65

      Wendy Brown

    3. 4. Critical Theory Beyond Habermas 85

      William E. Scheuerman

    4. 5. Feminist Theory and the Canon of Political Thought 106

      Linda Zerilli

    5. 6. After the Linguistic Turn: Post-structuralist and Liberal Pragmatist Political Theory 125

      Paul Patton

    6. 7. The Pluralist Imagination 142

      David Schlosberg

  • Part III The Legacy of the Past

    1. 8. Theory in History: Problems of Context and Narrative 163

      J. G. A. Pocock

    2. (p. 1188) 9. The Political Theory of Classical Greece 175

      Jill Frank

    3. 10. Republican Visions 193

      Eric Nelson

    4. 11. Modernity and Its Critics 211

      Jane Bennett

    5. 12. The History of Political Thought as Disciplinary Genre 225

      James Farr

  • Part IV Political Theory in the World

    1. 13. The Challenge of European Union 245

      Richard Bellamy

    2. 14. East Asia and the West: The Impact of Confucianism on Anglo-American Political Theory 262

      Daniel A. Bell

    3. 15. In the Beginning, All the World was America: American Exceptionalism in New Contexts 281

      Ronald J. Schmidt, Jr.

    4. 16. Changing Interpretations of Modern and Contemporary Islamic Political Theory 297

      Roxanne L. Euben

  • Part V State and People

    1. 17. Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law 317

      Shannon C. Stimson

    2. 18. Emergency Powers 333

      John Ferejohn & Pasquale Pasquino

    3. 19. The People 349

      Margaret Canovan

    4. 20. Civil Society and the State 363

      Simone Chambers & Jeffrey Kopstein

    5. 21. Democracy and the State 382

      Mark E. Warren

    6. (p. 1189) 22. Democracy and Citizenship: Expanding Domains 400

      Michael Saward

  • Part VI Justice, Equality, and Freedom

    1. 23. Impartiality 423

      Susan Mendus

    2. 24. Justice, Luck, and Desert 436

      Serena Olsaretti

    3. 25. Recognition and Redistribution 450

      Patchen Markell

    4. 26. Equality and Difference 470

      Judith Squires

    5. 27. Liberty, Equality, and Property 488

      Andrew Williams

    6. 28. Historical Injustice 507

      Duncan Ivison

  • Part VII Pluralism, Multiculturalism, and Nationalism

    1. 29. Nationalism 529

      David Miller

    2. 30. Multiculturalism and its Critics 546

      Jeff Spinner-Halev

    3. 31. Identity, Difference, Toleration 564

      Anna Elisabetta Galeotti

    4. 32. Moral Universalism and Cultural Difference 581

      Chandran Kukathas

  • Part VIII Claims In A Global Context

    1. 33. Human Rights 601

      Jack Donnelly

    2. (p. 1190) 34. From International to Global Justice? 621

      Chris Brown

    3. 35. Political Secularism 636

      Rajeev Bhargava

    4. 36. Multiculturalism and Post-colonial Theory 656

      Paul Gilroy

  • Part IX The Body Politic

    1. 37. Politicizing the Body: Property, Contract, and Rights 677

      Moira Gatens

    2. 38. New Ways of Thinking about Privacy 694

      Beate Roessler

    3. 39. New Technologies, Justice, and the Body 713

      Cécile Fabre

    4. 40. Paranoia and Political Philosophy 729

      James M. Glass

  • Part X Testing the Boundaries

    1. 41. Political Theory and Cultural Studies 751

      Jodi Dean

    2. 42. Political Theory and the Environment 773

      John M. Meyer

    3. 43. Political Theory and Political Economy 792

      Stephen L. Elkin

    4. 44. Political Theory and Social Theory 810

      Christine Helliwell & Barry Hindess

  • Part XI Old and New

    1. 45. Then and Now: Participant-Observation in Political Theory 827

      William E. Connolly

    2. (p. 1191) 46. Exile and Re-entry: Political Theory Yesterday and Tomorrow 844

      Arlene W. Saxonhouse

  • Index 859