Charles Maier

Given currency by Jrgen Habermas in the late l980s, 'constitutional patriotism' has emerged as an appealing principle for post-national political allegiance. Jan-Werner Mller traces the long postwar history of the concept, takes honest account of the conservative critiques it has provoked, but proposes that it can serve as a robust norm for European Union citizenship. This is a profound meditation with real importance for contemporary political society. /currency/ Charles Maier quotes

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Ugo Foscolo To remake Italy, the sects must be broken up. [10/03/2020 12:10:51] More


Eugene Ryabyi Life is the ocean, and people are small boats for river walks. [10/21/2020 06:10:20] More


Eugene Ryabyi Doubts, like quicksand, whatever you build on them, everything will collapse. [10/14/2020 09:10:47] More


Eugene Ryabyi The author's lines are the voice of writer soul, if they tell about happiness, the soul is full of light, and when sad - it rains. [10/14/2020 09:10:07] More


Eugene Ryabyi Justice does not like the noise of revolutions. [10/16/2020 06:10:42] More