Towards a Complexity of Patriotic Allegiance
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Breda Vito is MacCormick Fellow at the Law School of the University of Edin- burgh and the Research Leader of the Comparative Research Group at the USQ School of Law and Justice, Australia� Previously he was appointed visiting fellow at the Centre for European Studies at the Australian National University and lec- turer in law at Cardiff� He holds a visiting professorship in comparative thought at the University of Deusto and worked as researcher for the Scottish Parliament� Since 2010 he is a fellow at the UK Higher Education Academy� His most recent publications are: English Pragmatism and Italian Virtue. A Comparative Analysis of the Regime of Illegally Obtained Evidence in Civil Law Proceedings between Italy and England (2014); The Scottish Referendum for Independence. What Might Hap- pen in Spain? (2013)� Cafaro Philip is Professor of Philosophy at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, USA� His main research interests center on environmental ethics, con- sumption, population issues and wild land preservation� He is the author of Thoreau’s Living Ethics. Walden and the Pursuit of Virtue (2006), and co-editor of the recently released anthology Life on the Brink. Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation (2012)� He is an affiliated faculty member of CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability and president of the International Society for Environmental Ethics� Conway Brian is Lecturer in Sociology at Maynooth University, Ireland� His pri- mary research interest is the sociology of religion, especially Catholicism� Previ- ously, he was lecturer in the School of Applied Social Studies at Robert Gordon...
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