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29.06.2016
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The narrowest of margins

"Arena" contemplates the day in history that most changed the world; "La Revue nouvelle" explores issues of disability and citizenship; "Varlik" remembers Turkish women's rights activist Duygu Asena; "Razpotja" seeks to kick corruption out of public life; "Belgrade Journal" considers 11 July, day of commemoration of the Srebrenica genocide; "Host" devotes an issue to leading Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk; and "Merkur" catches up with Ai Weiwei. [ more ]

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29.06.2016
Eurozine Review

The narrowest of margins

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Seyla Benhabib

(b.in Istanbul, Turkey) graduated from the American College for Girls. She received a BA in Philosophy at Brandeis University, and obtained her MA and PhD in Philosophy at Yale.

She is currently Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science and Philosophy at Yale University. She has taught at Boston University, Harvard University, the New School for Social Research, and the University of Amsterdam (among others). Her main area of research is nineteenth- and twentieth-century European social and political thought, particularly German idealism and the work of Hegel, Marx, Weber, and Arendt.

Benhabib's publications include: Dignity in Adversity: Human Rights in Troubled Times (Polity, 2011); Another Cosmopolitanism (Oxford University Press, 2006); The Rights of Others: Aliens, Residents and Citizens (Cambridge University Press, 2004); Claims of Culture. Equality and Diversity in the Global Era (Princeton University Press, 2002); Critique, Norm and Utopia: A Study of the Foundations of Critical Theory (Columbia University Press, 1994); The Communicative Ethics Controversy, ed. Seyla Benhabib and Fred R. Dallmayr (MIT Press, 1990).



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Seyla Benhabib

Critique of humanitarian reason

Never have there been more refugees in the world as today: an estimated 45 million in total. So what's the current relationship between international law, emancipatory politics and the rights of the rightless? Seyla Benhabib on the urgent need to create new political vistas. [Estonian version added] [more]

25.05.2016


Seyla Benhabib, Slawomir Sierakowski

Nobody wants to be a refugee

A conversation with Seyla Benhabib

The current crisis is generating the myth of borders as controlled, says Seyla Benhabib. But this is only a myth. It is a fact that states are escaping their obligations under international and European law; while migrants themselves may help keep the social peace between classes. [more]

07.10.2015


Seyla Benhabib

The Arab Spring

Religion, revolution and the public sphere

What has emerged in the Arab world is a thoroughly modern mass democratic movement, writes Seyla Benhabib. Speculations that Islamic fundamentalists will hijack the transformation process forget the contentiousness at the historical core of western democracies. [more]

10.05.2011


Seyla Benhabib

Cosmopolitanism and democracy

From Kant to Habermas

Justice within and justice beyond borders is increasingly interconnected, writes Seyla Benhabib. In the cosmopolitanism of Jürgen Habermas, who turns eighty on 18 June, "the will to include the Other, regardless of national origin, has been present from the start". [more]

09.06.2009


Seyla Benhabib, Giancarlo Bosetti

Beliefs in the US. Between new fears and old responses

On the differing roles of religion in the public sphere in the US and Europe: "Have you ever heard the German chancellor say 'God bless Germany'?" Reset editor-in-chief Giancarlo Bosetti talks to Seyla Benhabib. [more]

19.09.2005


 

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Jürgen Habermas, Michaël Foessel
Critique and communication: Philosophy's missions

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