Series: Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy
Series: Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy. Paperback: 180 pages. Veil Politics manages to be all of these things wrapped into one. It is a learned and articulate book that reads smoothly. It is refreshing in its originality. The book is also useful for less developed countries, where democratic institutions are just now being formed, often with the help of multilateral institutions whose efforts are all-too-often formulaic and seldom inspiring. Institutions are always rooted in cultures and practices and emotional appeals, because they always involve getting people to repeat the same practices over and over and over again.
Series: Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy. Waldron, Jeremy 1996. Wingo, Ajume H. 2001b
Series: Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy. Recommend to librarian. Multiculturalism and Melange, in Public Education in a Multicultural Society, ed. Robert K. Fullinwider (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 90–118. Walzer, Michael 1967. 2001b. Living Legitimacy: A New Approach to Good Government in Africa, New England Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2001), pp. 49–71. Cultural Universals and Particulars (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1996).
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Ajume H. Wingo argues that non-rational factors-rhetoric, symbols, and traditions-provide the actual source of motivation in the development and sustainability of the liberal democratic state. Wingo, Jeremy Waldron. Such theorists will typically argue for the basic values of liberal democracies by rationally justifying them. This book argues that it is non-rational factors - rhetoric, symbols, traditions - that more often than not provide the real source of motivation.
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Ajume Wingo is a Cameroonian political and social philosopher who is an associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder
Ajume Wingo is a Cameroonian political and social philosopher who is an associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Much of his work has focused on the analysis of non-liberal or corrupt democratic states with particular focus on contemporary African states. He has also published articles on African art, aesthetics, and culture, often juxtaposing these with western practices and customs.
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Author: Jeremy Waldron,Ajume H. Wingo
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 18, 2003)
Pages: 180 pages
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