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Culture, Care, and the Political: A Response to Chatterjee, Tronto, and Schwartz on Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights

Culture, Care, and the Political: A Response to Chatterjee, Tronto, and Schwartz on Globalizing... Carol C. Gould It is a real honor to have one's work critically analyzed by critics give of my book and of my overall project in social and such distinguished theorists as Deen Chatterjee, Joan Tronto, political philosophy. and Joseph Schwartz. In sympathetic commentaries pubChatterjee correctly identifies my project as one of bringing lished in the previous issue of this journal, these astute crittogether in an innovative configuration such key notions as ics focus on distinct, though overlapping, themes in my book democracy, human rights, cosmopolitanism, and liberalism. Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights1, and raise a set of As he puts it, this is necessary in order to respond to "the new important questions that I will address here. Although I will international reality of shifting borders and boundaries," where not be able to restate either the arguments of my book or the "claims of justice and human rights have to be accommodated specific details of their critiques, I hope that this discussion and in a democratic setup that is open to a broader range of human defense of key aspects of my view will be comprehensible and needs and must display political and cultural flexibilities." Such helpful http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

Culture, Care, and the Political: A Response to Chatterjee, Tronto, and Schwartz on Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights

The Good Society , Volume 17 (1) – Sep 20, 2008

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Carol C. Gould It is a real honor to have one's work critically analyzed by critics give of my book and of my overall project in social and such distinguished theorists as Deen Chatterjee, Joan Tronto, political philosophy. and Joseph Schwartz. In sympathetic commentaries pubChatterjee correctly identifies my project as one of bringing lished in the previous issue of this journal, these astute crittogether in an innovative configuration such key notions as ics focus on distinct, though overlapping, themes in my book democracy, human rights, cosmopolitanism, and liberalism. Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights1, and raise a set of As he puts it, this is necessary in order to respond to "the new important questions that I will address here. Although I will international reality of shifting borders and boundaries," where not be able to restate either the arguments of my book or the "claims of justice and human rights have to be accommodated specific details of their critiques, I hope that this discussion and in a democratic setup that is open to a broader range of human defense of key aspects of my view will be comprehensible and needs and must display political and cultural flexibilities." Such helpful

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Published: Sep 20, 2008

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