The Liberal-Republican Quandary in Israel, Europe and the United States: Early Modern Thought Meets Current Affairs

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Compiled by a group of distinguished international scholars, including John Pocock, Diana Pinto, Thomas Maissen and Fania Oz-Salzberger, this volume offers a threefold intellectual juncture. Its contributors analyse the liberal-republican tension-field in a novel way, juxtaposing early modern political thought with twenty-first century political concerns. The volume conjoins Israeli political scholarship with its European and American counterparts, mapping differentials and commonalities. Topics include Israeli-Palestinian relations, law and justice, commerce and citizenship, and post-holocaust historical memory - all within the pioneering context of early modern political concepts and their contemporary significance. Of interest to researchers and advanced students of intellectual history, political philosophy, political science, international relations, European Studies, Jewish and Israel studies.