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Designing the model European—Liberal and republican concepts of citizenship in Europe in the 1860s: The Association Internationale pour le Progrès des Sciences Sociales

Müller, Christian

History of European Ideas, 2011, Vol.37(2), pp.223-231 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Designing the model European—Liberal and republican concepts of citizenship in Europe in the 1860s: The Association Internationale pour le Progrès des Sciences Sociales
  • Autor: Müller, Christian
  • Assuntos: Citizenship ; Transnational ; International Congresses ; Liberalism ; Republicanism ; Social Science ; Experts ; Peace Movements ; Association Internationale Pour Le Progrès Des Sciences Sociales ; History & Archaeology ; Philosophy
  • É parte de: History of European Ideas, 2011, Vol.37(2), pp.223-231
  • Descrição: The formation of citizenship as a concept to define the rights of participation in the formation processes of modern territorial states is well known. But the transnational dimensions of defining citizenship and how to combine national legislations with enlightened universal and natural law rules in the mid-19th century is not very well known. The article aims to explore the transnational discourses on the political, economic and moral rights and duties of the citizen in the pan—European liberal . During the 1860s, its congresses should serve as a vast commission of enquiry and should eventually lead to a general definition of citizenship in Europe which could be implemented in national legislations. The article shows how the tried to deduce universal moral rules from national legislations and peculiarities by the means of moral or positive social science. In combining moral unity with national and regional diversities, the tried to give an elastic framework for a European civil society in which national subjects should become active citizens.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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