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Title Rethinking open society : new adversaries and new opportunities / edited by Michael Ignatieff, Stefan Roch.
Publisher Budapest ; New York, NY : Central European University Press, 2018.
Copyright date ©2018



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Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction by Michael Ignatieff; I. The Open Society Ideal: For and Against; Open Society as an Oxymoron: A Conversation between Mark Lilla and Michael Ignatieff; The Open Society from a Conservative Perspective (Roger Scruton); Educating Skeptical but Passionate Citizens: The Open Society Ideal as a University Mission (Stefan Roch); II. Open Society in Practice: Democracy, Rule of Law, Free Speech and Secularism; Democracy Defended and Challenged (Thomas Christiano).
Free Speech and the Defence of an Open Society (Timothy Garton Ash)Religion in the Open Society (Tim Crane); Constitutionalism in Closing Societies (Andras Sajo); III. Open Society in 21st Century Geopolitics; War and Open Society in the Twentieth Century (Margaret MacMillan); Open Societies at Home and Abroad (Stephen M. Walt); Eurasia, Europe, and the Question of U.S. Leadership (Robert Kaplan); The Open Society in a Networked World (Niall Ferguson); Germany and the Fate of Open Society (Daniela Schwarzer); IV. Open Society's New Enemies: The Authoritarian Competitors.
The Puzzle of "Illiberal Democracy" (János Kis)How Can Populism Be Defeated? (Jan-Werner Müller); Beyond Demagoguery? The Contemporary Crisis of PoliticalCommunication (Erica Benner); Populism and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century (Pierre Rosanvallon); The Enduring Appeal of the One-Party State (Anne Applebaum); V. From Transition to Backsliding: Did Open Societies Fail?; After 1989: The Perennial Return of Central Europe Reflections on the Sources of the Illiberal Drift in Central Europe (Jacques Rupnik); Perhapsburg: Reflections on the Fragility and Resilience of Europe (Ivan Krastev).
Capitalism and Democracy in East Central Europe: A Sequence of Crises (Dorothee Bohle)Civic Activism, Economic Nationalism, and Welfare for the Better Off: Pillars of Hungary's Illiberal State (Béla Greskovits); Corruption: The Ultimate Frontier of Open Society (Alina Mungiu-Pippidi); Conclusions: The Future of the Open Society Ideal (Michael Ignatieff); About the Contributors; Index; Back cover.
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ISBN 9789633862711 (electronic book)
963386271X (electronic book)
9789633862704
9633862701
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Subject Democracy.
Populism.
Human rights.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-
Alt author Ignatieff, Michael,
Roch, Stefan,
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Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction by Michael Ignatieff; I. The Open Society Ideal: For and Against; Open Society as an Oxymoron: A Conversation between Mark Lilla and Michael Ignatieff; The Open Society from a Conservative Perspective (Roger Scruton); Educating Skeptical but Passionate Citizens: The Open Society Ideal as a University Mission (Stefan Roch); II. Open Society in Practice: Democracy, Rule of Law, Free Speech and Secularism; Democracy Defended and Challenged (Thomas Christiano).
Free Speech and the Defence of an Open Society (Timothy Garton Ash)Religion in the Open Society (Tim Crane); Constitutionalism in Closing Societies (Andras Sajo); III. Open Society in 21st Century Geopolitics; War and Open Society in the Twentieth Century (Margaret MacMillan); Open Societies at Home and Abroad (Stephen M. Walt); Eurasia, Europe, and the Question of U.S. Leadership (Robert Kaplan); The Open Society in a Networked World (Niall Ferguson); Germany and the Fate of Open Society (Daniela Schwarzer); IV. Open Society's New Enemies: The Authoritarian Competitors.
The Puzzle of "Illiberal Democracy" (János Kis)How Can Populism Be Defeated? (Jan-Werner Müller); Beyond Demagoguery? The Contemporary Crisis of PoliticalCommunication (Erica Benner); Populism and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century (Pierre Rosanvallon); The Enduring Appeal of the One-Party State (Anne Applebaum); V. From Transition to Backsliding: Did Open Societies Fail?; After 1989: The Perennial Return of Central Europe Reflections on the Sources of the Illiberal Drift in Central Europe (Jacques Rupnik); Perhapsburg: Reflections on the Fragility and Resilience of Europe (Ivan Krastev).
Capitalism and Democracy in East Central Europe: A Sequence of Crises (Dorothee Bohle)Civic Activism, Economic Nationalism, and Welfare for the Better Off: Pillars of Hungary's Illiberal State (Béla Greskovits); Corruption: The Ultimate Frontier of Open Society (Alina Mungiu-Pippidi); Conclusions: The Future of the Open Society Ideal (Michael Ignatieff); About the Contributors; Index; Back cover.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9789633862711 (electronic book)
963386271X (electronic book)
9789633862704
9633862701
Subject Democracy.
Populism.
Human rights.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-
Alt author Ignatieff, Michael,
Roch, Stefan,

Subject Democracy.
Populism.
Human rights.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-
Descript 1 online resource
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction by Michael Ignatieff; I. The Open Society Ideal: For and Against; Open Society as an Oxymoron: A Conversation between Mark Lilla and Michael Ignatieff; The Open Society from a Conservative Perspective (Roger Scruton); Educating Skeptical but Passionate Citizens: The Open Society Ideal as a University Mission (Stefan Roch); II. Open Society in Practice: Democracy, Rule of Law, Free Speech and Secularism; Democracy Defended and Challenged (Thomas Christiano).
Free Speech and the Defence of an Open Society (Timothy Garton Ash)Religion in the Open Society (Tim Crane); Constitutionalism in Closing Societies (Andras Sajo); III. Open Society in 21st Century Geopolitics; War and Open Society in the Twentieth Century (Margaret MacMillan); Open Societies at Home and Abroad (Stephen M. Walt); Eurasia, Europe, and the Question of U.S. Leadership (Robert Kaplan); The Open Society in a Networked World (Niall Ferguson); Germany and the Fate of Open Society (Daniela Schwarzer); IV. Open Society's New Enemies: The Authoritarian Competitors.
The Puzzle of "Illiberal Democracy" (János Kis)How Can Populism Be Defeated? (Jan-Werner Müller); Beyond Demagoguery? The Contemporary Crisis of PoliticalCommunication (Erica Benner); Populism and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century (Pierre Rosanvallon); The Enduring Appeal of the One-Party State (Anne Applebaum); V. From Transition to Backsliding: Did Open Societies Fail?; After 1989: The Perennial Return of Central Europe Reflections on the Sources of the Illiberal Drift in Central Europe (Jacques Rupnik); Perhapsburg: Reflections on the Fragility and Resilience of Europe (Ivan Krastev).
Capitalism and Democracy in East Central Europe: A Sequence of Crises (Dorothee Bohle)Civic Activism, Economic Nationalism, and Welfare for the Better Off: Pillars of Hungary's Illiberal State (Béla Greskovits); Corruption: The Ultimate Frontier of Open Society (Alina Mungiu-Pippidi); Conclusions: The Future of the Open Society Ideal (Michael Ignatieff); About the Contributors; Index; Back cover.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Ignatieff, Michael,
Roch, Stefan,
ISBN 9789633862711 (electronic book)
963386271X (electronic book)
9789633862704
9633862701

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