|Brocker I 855
Rule/Government/Pettit: Pettit wants to create the image of public life that offers freedom without domination. His ideal-typical conceptualization of the political sphere should be pluralistic, adaptable and focused on sustainability. It should not only balance out different interests and needs in an egalitarian direction, but also foster public sensitivity to ecological issues, women's emancipation, minority problems and multicultural coexistence. Pettit is particularly concerned with related constitutional law problems.
Brocker I 856
Constitution/Pettit: some authors consider his discussion of constitutional issues too coarse. VsPettit: (2)(3) - Pettit's Replica: PettitVsVs: (4)(5)
Brocker I 860
VsPettit: he ends up with an amazingly conventional idea of governing.
McMahonVsPettit: He ignores the adverse conditions for implementing republican guarantees of freedom in the thicket of real political contexts of action. (6)
VsPettit: he ultimately ends up in the liberalism he criticized, or a liberal model of the common good that puts respect for the freedom of the individual in the first place.
Problem: Pettit has no clear reinterpretation of the collective interaction of individuals and their political function. (9)
Philip Pettit, Republicanism. A Theory of Freedom and Government, Oxford 1997, S. 129
2. John A. Bruegger »Republican Freedom: Three Problems«, in: The Journal Jurisprudence 11, 2011, S. 582
3. McMahon, Christopher, »The Indeterminacy of Republican Policy«, in: Philosophy and Public Affairs 33/1, 2005, 67-93.
4. Philip Pettit, »The Determinacy of Republican Policy: A Reply to McMahon«, in: Philosophy and Public Affairs 34/3, 2005, 275-283.
5. Philipp Schink,»Freedom, Control and the State«, in: Andreas Niederberger/Philipp Schink (Hg.), Republican Democracy. Liberty, Law, and Politics, Edinburgh 2013, S. 224
6. McMahon ebenda
7.Laborde, Cécile/Maynor, John, »The Republican Contribution to Contemporary Political Theory«, in: dies. (Hg.), Republicanism and Political Theory, Malden, Mass./Oxford/Carlton 2008, s. 1 - 28
8. John P. McCormick, »Republicanism and Democracy«, in: Andreas Niederberger/Philipp Schink (Hg.), Republican Democracy. Liberty, Law, and Politics, Edinburgh 2013
9. Laborde, Cécile/Maynor, John, »The Republican Contribution to Contemporary Political Theory«, in: dies. (Hg.), Republicanism and Political Theory, Malden, Mass./Oxford/Carlton 2008, S. 9.
Emanuel Richter, „Philip Pettit, Republicanism“, in: Manfred Brocker (Hg.) Geschichte des politischen Denkens. Das 20. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt/M. 2018_____________Explanation of symbols: Roman numerals indicate the source, arabic numerals indicate the page number. The corresponding books are indicated on the right hand side. ((s)…): Comment by the sender of the contribution. The note [Author1]Vs[Author2] or [Author]Vs[term] is an addition from the Dictionary of Arguments. If a German edition is specified, the page numbers refer to this edition.
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