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MacKenzie and O'Neill (politics, Queen's U. in Belfast) have collected 12 essays in order to assess the prospects for reconstituting a vibrant intellectual forum that will articulate a set of critical standards by which our social and political institutions can be called to account. The contributors provide critical agendas that have been built on the insights of egalitarians, socialists, critical theorists, poststructuralists, and theorists of psychoanalysis and hermeneutics. Topics include normative foundations, contesting boundaries, the moral basis of criticism, and social conflict and the possibility of reconciliation. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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JOHN BAKER Department of Politics, University College, Dublin RICHARD BELLAMY Professor of Politics at the University of Reading SIMON CANEY Lecturer in Politics at the University of Newcastle MAEVE COOKE Department of German, University College, Dublin NORMAN GERAS Professor of Government at the University of Manchester KEITH GRAHAM Professor of Social and Political Philosophy at the University of Bristol THOMAS MCCARTHY Professor of Philosophy and John Shaffer Professor in the Humanities at Northwestern University ALETTA J. NORVAL Director of the Programme in Ideology and Discourse at the University of Essex JON SIMONS Lecturer in the Postgraduate School of Critical Theory at the University of Nottingham NICHOLAS H. SMITH Lecturer in Philosophy at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia CAROLINE WILLIAMS Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
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