Unbounded Publics presents a theory of transgressive public spheres that aims to expand dangerously narrow political discourses. In this volume, social and political theorists, political scientists, philosophers, and activists alike will find important contributions to ongoing debates concerning social movements, identity politics, the works of JYrgen Habermas, globalization, socialist philosophy, the media, and the Mexican Zapatistas.A short essay by Charles Taylor, aquot;Why Democracy Needs Patriotism, aquot; will help us to bear out the case. There, Taylor argues both for cosmopolitanism and for patriotism, rejecting the formulation of a choice between them. We have seen that anbsp;...
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