Front matter


Series Editors:

Bert van den Brink (University of Utrecht),

Antony Simon Laden (University of Illinois, Chicago),

Peter Niesen (University of Hamburg) and

David Owen (University of Southampton).

Critical Powers is dedicated to constructing dialogues around innovative and original work in social and political theory. The ambition of the series is to be pluralist in welcoming work from different philosophical traditions and theoretical orientations, ranging from abstract conceptual argument to concrete policy-relevant engagements, and encouraging dialogue across the diverse approaches that populate the field of social and political theory. All the volumes in the series are structured as dialogues in which a lead essay is greeted with a series of responses before a reply by the lead essayist. Such dialogues spark debate, foster understanding, encourage innovation and perform the drama of thought in a way that engages a wide audience of scholars and students.

Published by Bloomsbury

On Global Citizenship, James Tully

Justice, Democracy and the Right to Justification, Rainer Forst

Published by Manchester University Press

Cinema, democracy and perfectionism: Joshua Foa Dienstag in dialogue, Joshua Foa Dienstag (ed)

Forthcoming from Manchester University Press

Rogue Theodicy – Politics and power in the shadow of justice, Glen Newey

Law and Violence, Christoph Menke

Autonomy Gaps, Joel Anderson

Toleration, Liberty and the Right to Justification, Rainer Forst

Democratic inclusion

Rainer Bauböck in dialogue

Rainer Bauböck
with responses from:
Joseph H. Carens
Sue Donaldson
Iseult Honohan
Will Kymlicka
David Miller
David Owen
Peter Spiro

Manchester University Press

Published by Manchester University Press

Altrincham Street, Manchester M1 7JA

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A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library

ISBN 978 1 5261 0522 6 hardback

ISBN 978 1 5261 0523 3 paperback

ISBN 978 1 5261 0525 7 open access

First published 2018

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Democratic inclusion

Rainer Bauböck in dialogue



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