On Global Citizenship James Tully in Dialogue

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  • Copyright: 2014-08-14
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

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Global Citizenshipdevelops James Tully's distinctive and influential approach to political philosophy, first outlined in his 2008 two-volume work Public Philosophy in a New Key, and applies it to the field of citizenship. The book opens with a substantial original essay from Tully, which is philosophically astute, historically informed and always engaged with the politics of the real world. The second part of a book contains responses from influential interlocutorsAletta Norval, Antony Laden, Bonnie Honig and Marc Stears, Annabel Brett, Duncan Bell and David Owen. These provide a commentary not just on the ideas contained in this volume, but on Tully's approach to political philosophy more generally, thus making the book an ideal first source for academics and students wishing to engage with Tully's work. The volume closes with a response from Tully to his interlocutors.

Author Biography

James Tully is Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Law, Indigenous Governance and Philosophy at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and an Emeritus Fellow of the Trudeau Foundation. His recent publications include Strange Multiplicity: Constitutionalism in an Age of Diversity, Multinational Democracies (co-editor), and Public Philosophy in a New Key (2 volumes), which was the winner of the MacPherson prize. Tully has recently been awarded the Killian prize for his outstanding academic contribution.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Part One: Lead Essay

On Modern and Diverse Citizenship, James Tully, University of Victoria, BC, Canada

Part Two: Responses

Civic Reasoning: a Democratic Perspective, Anthony Laden, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

Practices of Citizenization and Democratic Claim-making, Aletta Norval, University of Essex, UK

To Act Otherwise: Agonistic Republicanism and Global Citizenship, Duncan Bell, University of Cambridge, UK

Modern and Diverse Citizenship: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives, Andy Mason, University of Southampton, UK

Institutions, Citizenship and Non-Sovereignty, Adam Dunn, University of Southampton, UK and David Owen, University of Southampton, UK

Citizenship and Civil Disobedience, Robin Celikates, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The New Realism: From Modus Vivendi to Justice, Bonnie Honig, Northwestern University, USA and Marc Stears, University of Oxford, UK

Part Three: Reply

For Cooperative Citizenship, James Tully, University of Victoria, Canada



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