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Ethical Citizenship

British Idealism and the Politics of Recognition

  • Thom Brooks

Part of the Palgrave Studies in Ethics and Public Policy book series (PASEPP)

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About this book


In the first full length examination of the topic, Ethical Citizenship rediscovers a significant and distinctive contribution to how we might understand citizenship today. Leading international scholars bring together theory and practice to explore its historical roots, contemporary relevance and application to international politics.


British Idealism Citizenship Common good Democracy Immigration Political Justice Recognition Rights T. H. Green John Rawls morality political philosophy politics

Editors and affiliations

  • Thom Brooks
    • 1
  1. 1.Durham Law SchoolDurham UniversityUK

About the editors

Leslie Armour, University of Ottawa, Canada Gregory Claeys, University of London, UK James Connelly, University of Hull, UK Maria Dimova-Cookson, Durham University, UK Owen James Fellows, University of Hull, UK Matthew Hann, Durham University, UK Robert Kocis, University of Scranton, USA William J. Mander, Harris Manchester College, Oxford, UK Rex Martin, Cardiff University, UK Avital Simhony, Arizona State University, USA

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