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Political Ethics and the Spirit of Liberalism in Twentieth-Century Political Thought
Liberalism is often criticized as too moralistic and removed from the realities of politics; and too complacently accepting of injustices. Such criticisms, familiar among contemporary political theorists, were expressed ...
Combative Pasts: Politics and Remembering in the Post-Communist Space
More than two decades after the Polish Roundtable Agreement inaugurated the collapse of the Soviet Bloc, political conversations in the post-communist space remain remarkably attuned to symbolic and ethical questions. ...