In defending freedom, most libertarians have appealed to a moral framework that puts an emphasis on the concept of moral rights. Rejecting that approach, Richard Fumerton offers a fresh, nuanced, and balanced "consequentialist" perspective on the importance of defending liberty.
Cancel culture and political correctness are destroying free speech and Western civilisation’s institutions and way of life – it’s time to fight back and return to sanity. A topical and informative anthology exploring the origins and impact of cancel culture and political correctness on Western societies – including schools, universities, ......
Philosophers and political theorists tackle the question of cultural transformation in the twenty-first century and the role discourse norms play in producing cancel culture, a counter-sexual revolution, racism and a toxic politics that has left the nation feeling vulnerable and angry.
A Vision of National Liberation Defiant of the Nation-State
National sovereignty entails exclusive ownership of territories and natural resources, which often leads to uncompromising domination and subjugation of life by a central political authority. In a stark contrast, the Kurdish vision of political community invokes communal sovereignty, which is detached from the nation and the territorial state.
This book considers the significance of practices and theories of withdrawal (exodus, desertion, retreat) for radical thinking with contributions from major theorists in the fields of contemporary political philosophy, cultural studies and media studies (including Bernard Stiegler, Isabel Lorey, Sara Sharma, Claire Birchall and more).
Combining interviews and sociological theory, Saad Ahmad Khan analyzes the phenomenon of radicalization of second-generation Pakistani-Canadians and argues that individual, social, national, and international factors need to be addressed to prevent radicalization of future generations.
From the Reformation to the French Revolution, Volume II
This second volume continues the story told in the first by focusing on the writings of a selection of seminal thinkers in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in England, the German speaking world and in France, ending with the debate around the French Revolution of 1789.