Liberty Beyond Neo-Liberalism: A Republican Critique of Liberal Governance in a Globalising Age - Slaughter, S.
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Under the conditions of economic globalization, the prevailing liberal philosophy of governance is becoming increasingly problematic. Liberty Beyond Neo-Liberalism critiques three varieties of liberal engagement with the processes of globalization and their ability to temper the harmful effects of the process. Steven Slaughter proposes an alternate approach, global civic republicanism, which seeks to retrieve the civic and public character of the state in order to protect it from economic vulnerability and to constitute a resilient form of liberty.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Under the conditions of economic globalization, the prevailing liberal philosophy of governance is becoming increasingly problematic. Liberty Beyond Neo-Liberalism critiques three varieties of liberal engagement with the processes of globalization and their ability to temper the harmful effects of the process. Steven Slaughter proposes an alternate approach, global civic republicanism, which seeks to retrieve the civic and public character of the state in order to protect it from economic vulnerability and to constitute a resilient form of liberty.
Autorenporträt
STEVEN SLAUGHTER is a Lecturer in International Relations at Deakin University. In 2000 he received an Australian European University Institute Postgraduate Fellowship. He has previously taught at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Monash University, Melbourne University and the Australian National University.
Inhaltsangabe
Acknowledgements Introduction PART I: ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND NEO-LIBERAL GOVERNANCE A Critical Account of Globalization The Neo-Liberal Infrastructure of Economic Globalization Liberalism and the Consequences of Economic Globalization PART II: LIBERAL RESPONSES TO ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION Extended Neo-liberalism: Governing Without the State Contractual Nationalism: Governing Through the Nation-state Cosmopolitan Governance: Building Global Democracy PART III: THE REPUBLICAN RESTORATION OF THE STATE Global Civic Republicanism: Retrieving the State Good Government in a Global Age Bibliography