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Cécile Laborde

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780199550210

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199550210.001.0001

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Critical Republicanism, Civic Patriotism, and Social Integration

Critical Republicanism, Civic Patriotism, and Social Integration

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(p.229) CHAPTER 10 Critical Republicanism, Civic Patriotism, and Social Integration
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Critical Republicanism
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DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199550210.003.0010

Chapter 10 argues that both official republicans and multiculturalists, in different ways, have tolerated or aggravated the damaging ethnicisation of social relations, and that only a radical strategy of de-ethnicisation of the republic can fairly integrate members of minorities as equal citizens. It defends a revised model of republican integration, which advocates social and territorial de-segregation, rather than ethnically-based affirmative action and, instead of the recognition of the ‘Other’, advocates the profound and inclusive transformation of the ‘We’ that underpins the imagined community of the nation. Generally, critical republicanism pursues strategies of non-domination, which involve the removal of cultural and socio-economic obstacles to minority incorporation, instead of policies of recognition, which involve the positive validation of ethno-cultural difference.

Keywords:   ethnicisation, non-domination, segregation, affirmative action, civic patriotism

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