By Peter Juviler,Bertram Gross,Vladimir Kartashkin,Elena Lukasheva,Stanley Katz
By Aoileann Ni Mhurchu
Using serious assets present in poststructural, psychoanalytic and postcolonial notion, Ní Mhurchú thinks in new methods approximately citizenship, drawing on a number thinkers together with Kristeva, Bhabha and Foucault. Taking a particular theoretical method, she indicates how citizenship is being reconfigured past those categories.
By Serena Parekh
Hannah Arendt and the problem of Modernity explores the subject of human rights within the paintings of Hannah Arendt. Parekh argues that Arendt's contribution to this debate has been mostly missed simply because she doesn't communicate within the comparable phrases as modern theoreticians of human rights. starting via reading Arendt’s critique of human rights, and the idea that of "a correct to have rights" with which she contrasts the normal knowing of human rights, Parekh goes on to analyze a number of the tensions and paradoxes in the sleek belief of human rights that Arendt brings to gentle, arguing that Arendt’s standpoint has to be understood as phenomenological and down to earth in a idea of intersubjectivity that she develops in her readings of Kant and Socrates.