Anyone and Everyone, Potentially: For a Political Philosophy for All Humans, Without Limits

Taylor and Francis
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Journal Article
Journal of Political Power, 2013, 6 (1), pp. 157 - 164
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A complex normative political theory for liberalism; an ethnography of a life; reflections on the ontological nature of human being as consciousness, body and being in the world; a defence of the ideology of science as a norm of reason; a critique of identity politics, an opposition to all fundamentalisms; an account of the importance of manners for the civilising process and a reflexive account of being Jewish these are the concerns of this book. Clearly, it ranges far and wide, something that hardly makes it an easy book to review. I shall begin this review with an overview of the themes of the book before entering into a more detailed discussion.
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