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by David Held,Martin Köhler,Daniele Archibugi

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0804735344
Author:
David Held,Martin Köhler,Daniele Archibugi
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Social Sciences
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English
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Stanford University Press; 1 edition (September 1, 1998)
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376 pages
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Archibugi, Daniele; Held, David; Köhler, Martin.

Archibugi, Daniele; Held, David; Köhler, Martin.

Re-imagining Political Community will be welcomed by students of politics, political theory, international relations and peace studies, as well as by those working in international organizations and engaged in transnational activities. This book sets out to explore the changing meaning of political community in a world of regional and global social and economic relations. From a variety of academic backgrounds, its authors reconsider some of the key terms of political association, such as legitimacy, sovereignty, identity and citizenship.

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Daniele Archibugi, David Held, Martin Köhler. Re-imagining Political Community explores the changing meaning of political community in a world of regional and global social and economic relations. From a variety of academic backgrounds, its authors reconsider some of the key terms of political organization, such as legitimacy, sovereignty, identity and citizenship.

Re-imagining Political Community will be welcomed by students of politics, political theory, international relations and peace studies, as well as those working in.Introduction Daniele Archibugi, David Held and Martin Köhler.

Re-imagining Political Community will be welcomed by students of politics, political theory, international relations and peace studies, as well as those working in international organizations and engaged in transnational activities.

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Together with Daniele Archibugi, Held had been . Re-imagining political community: studies in cosmopolitan democracy. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

Together with Daniele Archibugi, Held had been prominent in the development of cosmopolitanism, and of cosmopolitan democracy in particular  . Since his first book was published in 1980 (Introduction to Critical Theory), David Held pursued a multilevel inquiry into the nature and changing form of national and international politics. This approach involved three kinds of work.

Understanding world politics today means acknowledging that the state is no longer the only actor in international relations. The interstate system is increasingly challenged by new transnational forces and institutions: multinational companies, cross-border coalitions of social interest groups, globally oriented media, and a growing number of international agencies. These forces increasingly influence interstate decisions and set the agenda of world politics. Though these phenomena have been discussed in the recent literature of international relations, little attention has been given to their impact on political life within and between communities.This book aims to explore the changing meaning of political community in a world of regional and global social and economic relations. The authors of the essays in this volume, who reflect a variety of academic disciplines, reconsider some of the key terms of political association, such as legitimacy, sovereignty, identity, and citizenship. Their common approach is to generate an innovative account of what democracy means today and how it can be reconceptualized to include subnational as well as transnational levels of political organization. Inspired by Immanuel Kant’s cosmopolitan principles, the authors conclude that favorable conditions exist for a further development of democracy―locally, nationally, regionally, and globally.