The latest issue of the The Journal of Political Philosophy is free online. From Socialist Studies, a special issue on G.A. Cohen. From Political Studies, Laura Valentini (Oxford): In What Sense are Human Rights Political? A Preliminary Exploration; Ronen Shnayderman (Oxford): Liberal vs. Republican Notions of Freedom; and Ines Valdez (UNC): Perpetual What? Injury, Sovereignty and a Cosmopolitan View of Immigration. A review of Public Passion: Rethinking the Grounds for Political Justice by Rebecca Kingston. A text self-consciously realist and never utopian: A review of Lineages of Political Society by Partha Chatterjee. Reconstructing citizenship for the twenty-first century: An interview with Bruce Ackerman. We’re all traditionalists now: There is no such thing as state pluralism, only the domination of one tradition over another in the public sphere, and no such thing as liberalism, if this means a sphere of reason or action that escapes the particularism and exclusivity of tradition. A review of Citizens to Lords: A Social History of Western Political Thought from Antiquity to the Late Middle Ages by Ellen Meiksins Wood.

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