Knygoje radau labai aušto abstrakcijos lygio Europos idėjos apžvalgą. The ambivalence of Europe - a theoretical introduction; the origins of the idea of Europe; the westernization of Europe; the limits of Europe - the shifting frontier; Europe in the age of modernity; Europe in the mirror of the Orient; the crisis of European identity; Europe as a Cold War construction; Europe after the Cold War; conclusion - towards post-national citizenship. Ex-library, so some stamps and wear, but in good overall condition. His most recent publications are Community 2nd edition, Routledge, 2010 , The cosmopolitan imagination: The renewal of critical social theory Cambridge University Press, 2009. Schutzumschlag mit Gebrauchsspuren, aber vollständigen Seiten. Europe is highly diverse so we need to be specific about which historical region of Europe we are referring to.
To a certain extent yes, but let us look more closely at the idea of cosmopolitanism itself. Neuware - A critical analysis of the idea of Europe and the limits and possibilities of a European identity in the broader perspective of history. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the. The idea of Europe, Dr Delanty argues, must be judged by how it treats its minorities and not by reference to ambivalent notions of unity. The author traces the origins of, what he calls, the discourse of Europeanism to forces lying deep in European history such as the unifying and integrating myths of medieval Christendom, the Enlightenment and nineteenth-century nationalism whose world-views have exerted an enduring hold over the European idea. London: Yale University Press Steiner, G.
The notion of European identity is itself a constriction, and not in any way an object of identity for individuals. About this Item: Palgrave Macmillan, 1995. It can therefore be said that European integration was conceived as a series of assumptions about market and political integration around a common currency and when these assumptions were challenged, the crisis emerged. Above all there is a need for is to be linked to a new politics of collective responsibility based on post-national citizenship. However, I do still agree with the observation that the relationship with the outside world is important but the outside need not be interpreted as simply hostile. We are a world class secondhand bookstore based in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom and specialize in high quality textbooks across an enormous variety of subjects. Its challenging thesis is that the European idea has lent itself to a politics of division and exclusion, which has been disguised by superficial notions of unity.
Delanty argues that Europe must now throw off nationalist individualism and embrace the cosmopolitan. I am thinking about this presupposing that Europe was a notion that was imposed by elites rather than established by means of a democratic mandate… Well, before or instead of doing that, we need to look at what trends are in evidence; the sociologist would indeed try to identity cosmopolitan trends in society and see where these can be enhanced rather than looking for some ideal model. Its challenging thesis is that the European idea has lent itself to a politics of division and exclusion, which has been disguised by superficial notions of unity. The idea of Europe, Dr Delanty argues, must be judged by how it treats its minorities and not by reference to ambivalent notions of unity. It can be called, along with other concepts of Europe, a conflicting field of interpretation.
This book is a brief summary of what happened to the idea of Europe during the ages. This book argues that the crucial issue is the articulation of a new identity that is based on post-national citizenship rather than ambivalent notions of unity. About this Item: Palgrave Macmillan. Brumen eds Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School. This book argues that the crucial issue is the articulation of a new identity that is based on post-national citizenship rather than ambivalent notions of unity.
His 1995 Inventing Europe was one of the first attempts to a political and historical sociology of Europe and he is revisiting such concerns in his forthcoming book Formations of European modernity: a historical and political sociology of Europe, while our discussion took place soon after the publication of his article Europe in an age of austerity: Contradictions of capitalism and democracy for International Critical Thought. Can cosmopolitanism be seen as an antidote, or an alternative to the idea of Europe, in the form of postnational citizenship? Laments, alarm bells and wake-up calls soon emerged in various forms, circulated through a multitude of media old and new , offering divergent interpretations of a phenomenon that, fiscal policies aside, was suspected to signal not simply a crisis for Europe but a crisis of Europe too; a crisis that went beyond the management of a common currency but one that mobilised questions of historical and cultural identity about the Union itself. Boli eds The Globalization Reader. There is no common European identity that has existed in history continually, there have been different models. European Union and Disunion: What has held Europeans together and what is dividing them? A cosmopolitan hermeneutics is required to better understand this as an open question. Tekstas parodė įdomią perspektyvą bei atvėrė naujus horizontus galvojant apie pamatinius klausimus, kas po velniais yra ta Europa ir kas įtakoja jos sprendimus bei problemas. Is there any way then that we can introduce cosmopolitan citizenship as a postnational political practice and alternative? Vienas dalykas, kuris man kelia nerimą, yra tai, kad knygoje istoriniai momentai pateikiami deklaratyviai ir gana vienareikšmiškai.
Labai įdomūs buvo istoriniai momentai. Delanty admits in his preface that his book is meant more for political scientists than it is for historians but I found his over exaggerations and lack of historical nuance hard to read. But can we educate ourselves in such a perspective? Rather, it is something that takes place within the context of other identities e. Before placing your order for please contact us for confirmation on the book's binding. Europe is an ongoing cultural battleground and the idea of Mitteleuropa is a reminder of a shift to the margins and the emergence of a multiperspectival Europe along with new notions of geopolitical space and historical-time consciousness. The book analyses the origins and development of the idea of Europe as a social construction from the earliest times to the present.
Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher. This crisis is an economic crisis beyond Europe; it is a crisis of capitalism which has severe consequences for Europe because it came about the same time that other problems became apparent. Todėl tikėtina, jog fakto klaidų ir pernelyg grubių supaprastinimų nebuvo išvengta. Neuware - A critical analysis of the idea of Europe and the limits and possibilities of a European identity in the broader perspective of history. Would it be valid to say that austerity is gradually becoming a new polity, a new culture of capitalist import? Identities can therefore be seen not as external reference points but as more complicated than an external set of values that you buy into or not.