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Civility and Its Discontents

Essays on Civic Virtue, Toleration, and Cultural Fragmentation

by C. T. Sistare

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by University Press of Kansas .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political science & theory,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Philosophy,
  • United States,
  • Social values,
  • Social ethics,
  • General,
  • Political Ideologies - Democracy,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Political,
  • Civil society,
  • Social integration

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7763125M
    ISBN 100700613145
    ISBN 109780700613144

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Civility and Its Discontents is a lively collection in which readers will find stimulating debate over the requirements of good citizenship, the demarcation between public and private, and the accurate characterization of liberal democratic ideals and realities.

It transcends current mass appeals to patriotism and civic responsibility by asking what it is to live in a Format: Paperback. “Civility,” Keith Thomas notes in this absorbing book, “was (and is) a slippery and unstable word.” “Civil” and “civilian” evoke the social life of a people not under military rule, the world of the civitas—the organized community—the only place, according to.

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Civility and Its Discontents is a lively collection in which readers will find stimulating debate over the requirements of good citizenship, the demarcation between public and private, and the accurate characterization of liberal democratic ideals and realities.

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This book seeks to develop a coherent, civil conversation between divergent contemporary perspectives in political science, communications, history, sociology, and philosophy.

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For its detractors, civility is a standard of decorum enforced by the powerful in order to suppress dissenters and insulate themselves from harsh and inconvenient truths. Powerful people trying to avoid accountability flip the narrative so that they become the innocent victim of the actual victim’s “incivility.”.

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There are a lot of calls these days to “revive civility” in politics. Political Discourse and Its Discontents. Book March The chapter outlines the core approach to civility taken in the book, and does so in two ways. First, the distinction between. CIVILITY AND ITS DISCONTENTS Robin Lakoff [email protected] October 8, 1.

The Age of Incivility. Joe Wilson’s outburst was uncivil in being: Exclusionary Interruptive Insulting 2. Etymology can be Fun. Civil. This book seeks to develop a coherent, civil conversation between divergent contemporary perspectives in political science, communications, history, sociology, and philosophy.

This multidisciplinary approach helps to reflect on challenges to civil discourse, define civility, and identify its consequences for democratic life in a digital age. Civility and its Discontents Carter wrote his defense for civility in the midst of an anti-civility backlash in the late s, when national concern about the lack of civility was also quite high.

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In Civility and Its Discontents, Leslie Epstein explores the limits and contradictions of this much cherished right when considering whether he would expel a student who wrote racial slurs in the dorm rooms of a University if it was up to him.Civility and Its Discontents by ivan1galvez-1 in Browse > Politics & Current Affairs > Politics.This emphasis on policing discourse, Teresa Bejan shows in her impressive first book, Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration, is traceable to the deficient theory and practice of civility in the political philosophy of Hobbes and Locke.