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Naturally, it weakens any attempts to promote real communitarianism. In other words, the PAP is not inherently opposed to liberalism but rather takes an opportunistic stance by adopting liberal tenets when it suits the ruling party.
It was introduced by a New Labour Government strongly influenced by the political philosophy of communitarianism, which had emerged in the USA during the 1980s proposing that the individual rights, vigorously promoted by traditional liberals, need to be balanced with social responsibilities to the communities in which we live (Hopkins Burke, 2008).
The youth justice system established by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 was introduced by a New Labour Government strongly influenced by the political philosophy of communitarianism, which had emerged in the USA during the 1980s, proposing that the individual rights, vigorously promoted by traditional liberals, need to be balanced with social responsibilities to the communities in which people live.
It makes an important argument about utopia and communitarianism.
Communitarianism lends itself to the standpoint that justice only relates to the people who are a part of our community, because a condition of justice is an identification relationship between members of the same community.
Will multipolarization lead to the return to non-Western universalist discourse, or are we heading towards the return of communitarianism in a world where no one possesses the capacity to advance cosmopolitan ideas on a global scale?
I don't see how with this rather bleak perspective, his benevolent communitarianism can hope for an intellectual shift "of a Copernican magnitude" (p.
The enduring existence of communitarianism in Russian culture is something about which GH has written, directly and indirectly, on many occasions.
They argue that citizens united through their "cosmopolitan communitarianism," are aware of their existence in a wider social milieu and show a commitment to the shared social and political values (i.e., the "spirit") of their particular city.
She published on utopia and social movements, feminism and communitarianism, and the alterglobalization movement.
Part 5, "Critiques of Liberalism," carries the attacks on bourgeois society and capitalism far beyond the progressives into the wastelands of nihilism, Stalinism, and Catholic communitarianism. Jean-Paul Sartre first gained fame as an exponent of existentialism, which encouraged individuals to preserve their humanity by rejecting the values of corrupt bourgeois society.
John Annette, "Faith Communities, Communitarianism, Social Capital and Youth Civic Engagement" [383-397]

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