Identity, Pluralism and Democracy
The book’s central idea is that respect for democracy and protection of human rights represent the most potent ways for the advancement and enrichment of cultural, ideological and legal pluralism. The pursuit and accomplishment of such objectives can only be achieved through negotiation that leads to the accommodation and empowerment of minority groups and nations.
Negotiating Diversity brings into dialogue political scientists, philosophers and jurists, and enriches a major discussion launched some years back by Yael Tamir’s Liberal Nationalism, Alain-G. Gagnon and James Tully’s Multinational Democracies, as well as Wayne Norman’s Negotiating Nationalism, and Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship.
CHAPTER 1 The Normative Theory of Federalism and the Idea of Nation
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The Normative Theory of Federalism and the Idea of Nation
Professor, Department of Political Sciences and Public Administration, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
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