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Justice as Care : From Ronald Dworkin Toward Education
This thesis is about Ronald Dworkin’s conception of justice as equal respect and concern from which we study the interaction between its principles and the development of personal identity. The idea behind it is that justice as equal liberty involves a problem of commensurability : how do we ascerta...
Austrian emigration during the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Ante Pavelić was born in 1889 in a small hercegovac village of Bradni, where his parents moved because of her father’s work on railway construction. It originates from Krivi Put in the country’s hinterland. He attended Gymnazia in Travnik, Senja, Karlovc and Zagreb. The Faculty of Law completed in Z...
From social in Musset’s ‘On do not badine with love’, ‘Nothing’ and ‘A door must be open or closed’. From social in ‘On do not badine with love’, ‘We should not juze nothing’ and ‘A door must be open or closed’ by Musset: Sociocritic test of the dramatic proverb
With an unexpected, best informed title, at worst to contradict: how to apply for the presence or trace of “social” in Musset’s work, which is considered to be light and free from social and historical entries and any ambition to make sense in the century? The ‘proverbs’ written between 1834 (On do...
Emile Durkheim, between republicanism and deliberative democracy
‘titrebSummary’/titrebAWhen Emilile Durkheim has not written sociological texts on democracy, her work seems to be topical both on the side of neo-republican theorists and among those supporting deliberative democracy. This article aims to explain this paradox by reconstructing the durkheimian conce...
The Gift of Liberty and the Ambitious Tyrant: Leonardo da Vinci as a Political Thinker, between Republicanism and Absolutism
The foundation of colonial republicanism. Back to political genealogy
Bakery before bakery. A colonial officer who fell into the Republic.
bakery before bakery. A colonial officer who fell into the Republic, was appointed in January 1886 to the Ministry of War, and General Boulanger resigned the following year in the name of the danger he poses to the Republic. This article aims to show that this bakery “threat” is built less on the ba...
Care between dependence and domination: the interest of neo-republican theory in thinking of a caring society
The ethics of care is facing a problem that is paradoxical: although politicisation seems necessary, the ethics of care does not seem to be able to find sufficient resources in itself for the formulation of an understandable political theory. There does not seem to be a political theory of care in i...
The Republican Almanachs: revolutionary traditions and political culture of the people’s layers of Paris (1840-1851)
Quebec University Laval, Library 2013
The Commonwealth of Oceana de James Harrington: a model for revolutionary France?
this article examines a model Constitution, dated 25 September 1792, submitted by Theodore Le Sueur to the National Assembly. Although its similarities with the text of James Harrington (The Commonwealth of Oceana) have long been observed, no explanation has so far been given of the reasons for the...
Traditions and borrowing of Swiss Republicanism: the case of the collegial government
War, trade and politics in Alexander Hamilton: liberal republicanism against liberal Weltanschauung?
this article analyses the uniqueness of Alexander Hamilton’s liberal republicanism. To do so, we first address the relationship between war and republic in different republican traditions, the underlying assumptions of Weltanschuung liberal decimononic and the schmittian criticism of the latter. Fro...
“If I believe in freedom it is that I believe in equality”
This article looks at how the socialist republican of the period 1840-1850 justified the advent of the Republic. He reports on the theoretical demonstration of the famous republican motto of revolutionary France proposed by these “advanced” republican, emphasising the centrality of the concept of “e...
Subject and Citizen: The Ambiguities of the Political Self in Early Modern England
International audience In 17th-century England, the notion of citizenship can only be understood by contradistinction with the definition of the subject. Englishmen of the time were aware that they were both subjects of the monarch and members of the common weal, defined as the web of relationships,...
From the renewal of cosmopolitism to methodological pan-Africanism: a theory of transformation of actors
The widespread interdependence through global challenges and expectations related to contextual problems has shifted the philosophical and political debate towards questions about the role and place of actors in collective decision-making processes. It is from this fact that the central question on...
Uranium mines, death camps : the final transformation of the USSR into a giant death complex
This paper is to confirm with an actual giant case study the thesis that was elaborated by the reading of Machiavelli, Rousseau, Sismondi and explained using psychanalysis with the innate bisexuality of the human being and its massive repression 1 : the organization of the lie to the self and the ne...
History of historical republicanism in the Canary Islands
Analysis of historical research work on Canaries republicanism prior to the Second Republic provides information on various issues. These include the appearance of such studies and the temporal variation in the number of publications, the professional profile of researchers, the dissemination of the...
Reevaluating the conviction of ethical monism through the prism of neorepublicanism : on the relevance of a perfectionist approach to modern political freedom
Condemning ethical monism is not enough to define modern political freedom. We oppose the position inspired by Isaiah Berlin, that acknowledging value pluralism as an ontological reality would entail that freedom is the absence of ethical constraint. We prove instead that ethical monism is a complex...
A republican criticism of liberal democracy: Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville: is the study
Tocqueville a liberal? His numerous written submissions provide an answer which seems obvious. However, this simplicity is only apparent. In most studies of his work in the history of political ideas, his liberalism is systematically qualified to better highlight its originality. On the basis of thi...
Citizenship, Republic and Democracy in France from 1789 to 1899
A preparation book for one of the new questions on the history of Capes and aggregation, offering benchmarks (chronology, essential figures, frame, decor, characters), the main themes of the problem, with standard topics for oral or written purposes.
Evangelism and politics in the Young Republic
Since the emergence of ethno‑historical studies in the 1960s and 70s suggesting a link between religious affiliation and electoral behavior during the early republic and the antebellum period, historiographies of religious and political culture have both expanded and merged. Today we see the conflat...
Is Republicanism a form of Eurocentalism? Reply to La Reseña De Jaime Santamaría
Ivan Jaksic and Eduardo Posada Persó (ed.), liberalism and power. Latin America in the nineteenth century, Santiago de Chile, Economic Culture Fund, 2011, 340 p.
It is common ground to say that the nineteenth century of Latin America was characterised primarily by anarchy, caudillisms, personalism, authoritarianism, autocracy, arbitrariness and chaos. Moreover, for most of the centuries, there were no achievements to be highlighted, especially when compared...
The reference to England and English republicanism during the Louis XVI trial
From the beginning of the investigation of Louis XVI’s trial until its execution, the reference to English history, including Charles Ier’s judgment and rising to Cromwell Protectorate, represented a frequent passage in contemporary speeches. The views of both conventional and private individuals an...
Political thinking and independence. A quarter of a century celebrating a course
The text provides an overview of the history of the last quarter of a century focused on the renewal of the history of Spanish-American independence following the emergence of a questionnaire that was rolled out throughout the period. This questionnaire was fuelled by a more general reflection which...