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by Romand Coles

ISBN: 0816646899
ISBN13: 978-0816646890
Language: English
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; 2nd ed. edition (September 10, 2005)
Pages: 332
Category: Social Sciences
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In Beyond Gated Politics, political theorist and grassroots activist Romand Coles argues that the survival of democracy . Romand Coles is professor of political theory at Duke University

In Beyond Gated Politics, political theorist and grassroots activist Romand Coles argues that the survival of democracy depends on recognizing the failings of disengaged liberal democracy-the exclusions and subjugations that accompany every democratic we, for example-and experimenting with more radical modes of democratic theory and action. Romand Coles is professor of political theory at Duke University. His previous books include Rethinking Generosity: Critical Theory and the Politics of Caritas and Self/Power/Other: Political Theory and Dialogical Ethics.

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Beyond Gated Politics argues that the survival of democracy depends on recognizing the failings of disengaged liberal democracy and experimenting with more radi. Published by: University of Minnesota Press.

In the early years of the new millennium, the practice of democracy in America and around the world faces tremendous dangers: the proliferation of transnational corporations, the spread of oppressive fundamentalism, and environmental collapse. Within the United States, opposition to increasingly antidemocratic political and economic policies has been either nonexistent or unsuccessful.

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Romand Coles is professor of political theory at Duke University

Romand Coles is professor of political theory at Duke University. In Beyond Gated Politics, political theorist and grassroots activist Romand Coles argues that the survival of democracy depends on recognizing the failings of disengaged liberal democracy-the exclusions and subjugations that accompany every democratic we, for example-and experimenting with more radical modes of democratic theory and action.

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Their minds are not capable of so great an effort, nor their will sufficiently under the influence of distant motives ( A Few Words on Intervention, in Mill, Essays on Politics and Culture, ed.

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. In 1859, two years after England crushed the Indian Uprising, John Stuart Mill explained why the rules of international morality do not apply to barbarians : In the first place, the rules of international morality imply reciprocity. But barbarians will not reciprocate. They cannot be depended on for observing any rules.

In the early years of the new millennium, the practice of democracy in America and around the world faces tremendous dangers: the proliferation of transnational corporations, the spread of oppressive fundamentalism, and environmental collapse. Within the United States, opposition to increasingly antidemocratic political and economic policies has been either nonexistent or unsuccessful. This trend includes, but far exceeds, the Bush administration’s policies from the Patriot Act and the war on Iraq to the “Clear Channelization” of the media and the private development of public lands. In Beyond Gated Politics, political theorist and grassroots activist Romand Coles argues that the survival of democracy depends on recognizing the failings of disengaged liberal democracy—the exclusions and subjugations that accompany every democratic “we,” for example—and experimenting with more radical modes of democratic theory and action. Among those brought into the conversation are John Howard Yoder, John Rawls, Alisdair MacIntyre, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Audre Lorde. Coles, whose work is deeply informed by his own experiences as an activist, pays close attention to the actual practice of democracy with particular interest in emerging social movements. In doing so, he not only moves beyond the paradigms of political liberalism, deliberative democracy, and communitarian republicanism, but also cultivates multidimensional modes of public discourse that reflect and sustain the creative tension at the heart of democratic life and responsibility. Romand Coles is professor of political theory at Duke University. His previous books include Rethinking Generosity: Critical Theory and the Politics of Caritas and Self/Power/Other: Political Theory and Dialogical Ethics.
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