Contemporary political philosophy final study guide

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Themes: change, inclusive vs. exclusive, receptivity, religion, democracy, religion and democracy, generosity, vulnerability, finitude, the Exceptional Individual, Radical Democracy, Fugitive Democracy, Pluralism, identity, non-violence, Emergent Irregularities, Call to Action, Politics of Revenge, Tragic Vision, Meliorism, Knots and Flows, Eco-egalitarian Reforms v Change Whitman: Life is always changing. The mind and the body are constantly changing. Nothing dies, it just changes form. Things change form throughout time. There is no better way to see change over time in a democratic society that’s open to change. Hauerwas/Coles: Fugitive Democracy, on the run. A new interest/idea/group/ etc. up and coming. Leads to Radical Democracy, out of the norm. This has an impact on the Status Quo. Insurgent Democracy- the minority overturning conscience of the majority (Think Civil Rights Movement). Connolly: Knots vs. Flows. The flows represent new things in Capitalist system. Flows are Nomadic Elements- unexpected, unanticipated, unaccounted for in the original socio-political design. Can be compared to Fugitive Democracy of Hauerwas and Coles. v
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2008 for the course POS 8788 taught by Professor Schoolman during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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