The transformation of political community : ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era / Andrew Linklater.Material type: TextSeries: Studies in international relations (Columbia, S.C.): Publisher: Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1998Edition: 1st edDescription: vi, 263 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1570032572 (cloth); 1570032580 (pbk.)Subject(s): Citizenship | Communities -- Political aspects | International relations -- Social aspectsDDC classification: 306.2 LOC classification: JF801 | .L55 1998
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -256) and index.
Anarchy, community and critical international theory. The critique of neo-realism. The problem of community in international relations. The changing context of the modern state. Theorising the reconfiguration of political community -- Universality, difference and the emancipatory project. Difference, self-determination and exclusion. The state, citizenship and humanity. Universalism, domination and otherness -- The dialogic ethic and the transformation of political community. Limits on exclusion : membership, citizenship and global responsibilities. The dialogic community. Dialogue and discourse. Universalism revisited -- The modes of exclusion and the boundaries of community. The critical sociology of inclusion and exclusion. Social learning and international relations. Inclusion and exclusion in world civilisations. Towards a sociology of bounded communities -- State power, modernity and its potentials. Origins of the paradoxes of the modern state. On the ambiguities of state power. On the possibility of new state structures. The post-exclusionary state : answerability to universal rationales -- Community and citizenship in the Post-Westphalian era. Citizenship and its development. The problem of the exclusionary sovereign state. Beyond the Westphalian state. Citizenship in the Post-Westphalian state cosmopolitan citizenship.