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  1. The Dialectic between Romanticism and Classicism in Europe.Marinus Ossewaarde - 2007 - European Journal of Social Theory 10 (4):523-542.
    This article provides an application of Alvin Gouldner's dialectic between Romanticism and Classicism to the constitutional process of European identity formation. Gouldner introduced his dialectical sociology in a critical attempt to destroy compulsive identification with any fixed idea of order. In an attempt to destroy compulsive identification with any Romantic or classical idea of Europe, this article shows how Europe's identity, as it has been represented in the Constitutional Treaty, as well as in sociological works, is being shaped by predominant (...)
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  • Prácticas de ciudadanía europea. El uso estratégico de las identidades en la participación política de los inmigrantes comunitarios.Michael Janoschka - 2010 - Arbor 186 (744):705-719.
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  • The Remainders of Race.Ash Amin - 2010 - Theory, Culture and Society 27 (1):1-23.
    Prompted by the speed with which, in certain historical moments, the hard-won achievements of anti-racism can be comprehensively undone, this article reflects on the mechanisms that keep racial coding and judgement close to the surface, ready to spring into action. It reads the intensity of race in a given present in terms of the play between vernacular legacies of race-coded reception of visible difference and the conjunctural mobilizations of race by biopolitical regimes — state-regulated systems of governing populations — to (...)
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  • The Idea of Europe and the Ideal of Cosmopolitanism in the Work of Julia Kristeva.Evy Varsamopoulou - 2009 - Theory, Culture and Society 26 (1):24-44.
    This article puts forward a critical investigation and comparative assessment of Julia Kristeva's political writing on Europe and cosmopolitanism. Kristeva's reflections on the status of the stranger in the European religious and secular traditions, and her persistent argument on the need to constructively reformulate what is most conducive to a present and future cosmopolitanism from within those traditions and discourses, have already been recognized. What this article addresses is the need for a constructive critical dialogue with the themes and arguments (...)
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  • European Cosmopolitan Solidarity: Questions of Citizenship, Difference and Post-Materialism.Nick Stevenson - 2006 - European Journal of Social Theory 9 (4):485-500.
    The idea of a cosmopolitan Europe continues to be central to contemporary debates within post-national citizenship. However, much of the writing in this area remains disconnected from the need to reinvent European social democracy that questions the centrality of work and racist nationalism. This article argues that a revived European Left would need to move beyond specifically liberal concerns with procedure to articulate a view of European futures that both deconstructed neo-liberalism and embraced more convivial collective futures. This would entail (...)
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  • Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia: Spectropolitics and Immigration.Esther Romeyn - 2014 - Theory, Culture and Society 31 (6):77-101.
    In the context of the Dutch immigration debate, tributes to the Holocaust and the memory of Europe’s dead Jews increasingly serve to dismantle multiculturalism as a failed paradigm and to drive a wedge between a revitalized, redeemed, color-blind, post-racial Europe and disenfranchized immigrant, minority and Muslim populations. Embedded in these invocations of the Holocaust and its moral imperatives is a ‘spectropolitics’ of tolerance, in which tolerance, staged as an essential touchstone of Dutch identity, supplies a differential norm that measures the (...)
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