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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Transnationalizing the Public Sphere.
Hoboken : Wiley, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nancy Fraser; Kate Nash
|ISBN:||9780745674216 0745674216 9780745656601 0745656609|
|Description:||1 online resource (178 pages)|
|Contents:||Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Contributors; Introduction; References; 1: Transnationalizing the Public Sphere; On the Legitimacy and Efficacy of Public Opinion in a Post-Westphalian World; Classical Public-Sphere Theory and Its Radical Critique: Thematizing the Westphalian Frame; The Postnational Constellation: Problematizing the Westphalian Frame; Rethinking the Public Sphere --
Yet Again; References; 2: What and Where is the Transnationalized Public Sphere?; Fraser's Formulation of the Problem with Existing Public-Sphere Theory; The Limits of Transnational Publicity. From the Transnational Public Sphere to Transnationalized Public SpheresConclusion; References; 3: Towards Transnational Democratization?; Normative Legitimacy: The Public?; Efficacy as 'Usefulness'; Conclusion; References; 4: An Alternative Transnational Public Sphere?; On Anarchist Cosmopolitanism in Post-Westphalian Times; From a Post-Bourgeois to a Post-Westphalian Public Sphere; Global Civil-Society Activism as Subaltern Counterpublics; Conclusion; References; 5: Time, Politics, and Critique; Rethinking the 'When' Question; History and Critique; Thinking the Present. From Legitimacy to EfficacyConclusion; References; 6: Dilemmas of Inclusion; The All-Affected Principle, the All-Subjected Principle, and Transnational Public Spheres; From All-Affected Interests to All-Subjected Persons; The Critique of the All-Affected Interests Principle; The All-Subjected Persons Principle; Conclusion; References; 7: Publicity, Subjection, Critique; A Reply to My Critics; Transnationalizing the Westphalian Frame?; Democratization by Network Power?; From Demos to Multitude?; A Postcolonial Challenge; Further Philosophical Reflections; Conclusion; References; Index.
"For all those interested in the difficult but urgent question of how to decouple the public sphere from its national limitations, the critical debate represented in this book is by far the best