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National Self-Determination and Secession

edited by Margaret Moore
Format
Book
Published
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998.
Language
English
ISBN
0198293844 (hardcover), 9780198293842 (hardcover)
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Summary
In the years following 1991, when Allen Buchanan published Secession, a number of competing theories of the ethics of secession have been put forward. This study, by a host of leading figures in the field, brings together for the first time a series of original essays on these theories. Offering fresh insight into debates about contested territory, the problem of minorities, and the place of secession in resolving national conflicts, this volume provides a much-needed philosophical discussion of the normative implications of nationalism.
Contents
  • Introduction: the self-determination principle ant the ethics of secession / Margaret Moore
  • Democracy and secession / Allen Buchanan
  • Ethics of secession as the regulation of secessionist politics / Wayne Norman
  • Secession and the principle of nationality / David Miller
  • Self-determination in practice / Daniel Philpott
  • Liberal nationalism and secession / Kai Nielsen
  • Territorial dimension of self-determination / Margaret Moore
  • National self-determination: some cautionary remarks concerning the rhetoric of rights / Ronald S. Beiner
  • Self-determination: politics, philosophy, and law / Donald L. Horowitz
  • 'Orphans of secession': national pluralism in secessionist regions and post-secession states / John Mcgarry
  • Myths and misconceptions in the study of nationalism / Rogers Brubaker.
Description
ix, 285 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [266]-276) and index.
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