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Citizenship A Reader

ISBN-10: 0745305865

ISBN-13: 9780745305868

Edition: 1994

Authors: Paul Barry Clarke

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List price: $32.95
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 12/10/1993
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Andrew Linzey is a member of the Faculty of Theology, Oxford University, and Bede Jarrett Senior Research Fellow at Blackfriars. He is also honorary professor in theology at Birmingham University and special professor at Saint Xavier University, Chicago. He has written or edited twenty books, including Aninal Theology, Animal Rites: Liturgies of Animal Care, and Animals on the Agenda: Questions about Animals for Theology and Ethics.Paul Barry Clarke, as a teacher and researcher in the Department of Government at the University of Essex, has written and edited over twelve books in political philosophy. He is the author of Autonomy Unbound, Deep Citizenship, and Citizenship, and has recently coedited and contributed to the Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought.

Citizen Human
Before Politics
Political Beginnings
Privilege and Exclusivity
Two Types of Citizen
Inward Turn
Withdrawal and Return
Revolution and Beyond
The Reconstitution of the City as Symbol
Citizenship as a Project
The Beginnings of Citizenship
The First Citizen
I Made the Crooked Straight
On Solon
The Funeral Oration
What is a City?
Against Timocrates
The Duty of a Ruler towards the Citizens
Remember This Day
The World is our City
A Citizen of Rome
A New Covenant
The City is Superior to the Citizen
Harm to the Citizen is Harm to the State
The Christian Citizen
Epistle to Diognetus
The Two Cities
Human Law May Be Perverted
Private Gain, Public Harm
The Italian Revival
A Monarch is the Servant of All
Only Citizens May Make Laws
To Know the City
In Praise of the City of Florence
Funeral Oration
Citizenship in the Emerging State
Tyranny is Contrary to Nature and Reason
Concerning the Citizen
Citizen and Subject
On the Duties of Citizens
When Virtue is Absent Avarice is Present
To Form Citizens is Not the Work of a Day
Citizens are Subject Only to Themselves
Active and Passive Citizens
A New World Order
From the Declaration of Independence, 1776
From the Constitution of the United States of America, 1787
From the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens, 1789
And Why Should Citizens Not Aspire to Public Offices?
Against the Poll Tax
The Restraints on Men are among Their Rights
Obedience is to Laws Not Men
Citizens Have a Duty to Keep a Watchful Eye on Government
A Republic Can Control Factions
A Republic is Founded on Property
Friends and Fellow Citizens
We are All Republicans
Human Emancipation
Some Are More Equal Than Others
Citizen and State
To Live Without Duties is Obscene
Time and Duties
A Government of People
A Good American Citizen
The Purpose of the State is to Serve the Citizens
First and Second Class Citizens
Becoming a Citizen
The State is Nothing but its Citizens
Critical Times
The Typical Citizen is a Primitive
Class and Citizenship
What is a Good Citizen?
Citizen or Person?
Citizenship and Capitalism
Democratic Citizenship
A Citizen of the European Union
Index