The world we want: restoring citizenship in a fractured age

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000 - 252 頁
This book traces the history of the idea of citizenship and argues for a new model for the next century. In the style of Michael Ignatieff's "The Needs of Strangers" Kingwell takes a long look at what citizenship has meant in the past and what it means today.

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In his sixth book, political-cultural theorist Kingwell (philosophy, Univ. of Toronto; Better Living: In Pursuit of Happiness from Plato to Prozac) poses the question of what citizenship means in an ... 閱讀評論全文

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The World We Have
1
Rights and Duties
24
Virtues and Vices
75
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Mark Kingwell is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto at Scarborough. He has published five books.

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