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War as peace, peace as pacification

by / RP 159 (Jan/Feb 2010) / Article

To stress one’s own love of peace is always the close concern of those who have instigated war. Buthe who wants peace should speak of war. He shouldspeak of the past one … and, above all, he shouldspeak of the coming one.1

A remarkable consensus appears to have emerged onthe Left: that in the context …


The Roma in Italy

Racism as usual?
by / RP 153 (Jan/Feb 2009) / Commentary


Agonized liberalism

The liberal theory of William E. Connolly
by / RP 127 (Sep/Oct 2004) / Article


The paradox of ‘the people’

Cultural identity and European integration
by / RP 119 (May/Jun 2003) / Article


What’s left of cosmopolitanism?

by / RP 116 (Nov/Dec 2002) / Article


The fate of the body politic

by / RP 108 (Jul/Aug 2001) / Article


NewLiberalSpeak

Notes on the new planetary vulgate
by and / RP 105 (Jan/Feb 2001) / Commentary


Justice or appropriation?

Indigenous claims and liberal theory
by / RP 101 (May/Jun 2000) / Article


On humanitarian bombing

by / RP 096 (Jul/Aug 1999) / Commentary


The affinities of Richard Rorty and Edward Bellamy

A response to Jonathan Rée
by / RP 091 (Sep/Oct 1998) / Article


Rorty’s nation

by / RP 087 (Jan/Feb 1998) / Article


Poor Bertie

by / RP 081 (Jan/Feb 1997) / Article


The future of post-socialism

by / RP 074 (Nov/Dec 1995) / Article


Goods and life-forms

Relativism in Charles Taylor's political philosophy
by / RP 071 (May/Jun 1995) / Article


The value of community

by / RP 069 (Jan/Feb 1995) / Commentary


Looking for the Good Life

by / RP 065 (Autumn 1993) / Commentary


Active Citizenship as Political Obligation

+ Community as Compulsion? A Reply to Skillen on Citizenship and the State
by , and / RP 058 (Summer 1991) / Article


Timely Meditations

by / RP 055 (Summer 1990) / Article


John Rawls and Human Welfare

by / RP 049 (Summer 1988) / Article


Feminism and the Logic of Morality

A Consideration of Alternatives
by / RP 047 (Autumn 1987) / Article