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  • The Paradox of Liberation
  • Michael Walzer
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  • 02 August 2019
  • 9780300187809

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READ The Paradox of Liberation ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub REVIEW ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Michael Walzer READ & DOWNLOAD The Paradox of Liberation Walzer one of America’s foremost political thinkers examines this perplexing trend by studying India Israel and Algeria three nations whose founding principles and institutions have been sharply attacked by three completely different groups of religious revivalists Hindu militants ultra Orthodox Jews and messianic Zionists and Islamic radicals In his provocative well reasoned discussion Walz. Here Walzer asks why such a gap exists between the liberator and the liberated in the cases of the revolutions of Israel Algeria and India in particular while avoiding the pitfalls of offering some unhelpful romantic notions king to let the people rule Walzer admits of a contradiction on the part of the liberators that their vision is a contradiction between deep sympathy for their capture in a submissive and particularly stagnant traditionalist outlook in which people are never seen to be masters of their own affairs and deep hostility towards these same peoples sometimes full throated acceptance of their subordinate positions for those they wish to liberateIn addition to analyzing this problem Walzer is also careful not to throw out nationalist movements towards liberation entirely shying away from while expressing an understanding of the conclusion that the reason why nationalist movements collapse into parochialism is because of the very fact that nationalism itself is parochial a Marxist critiue Walzer treads carefully here since he at no point gives up on the idea of universalist principles yet he is able to recognize that national or religious or whatever customary proclivities specific to cultures can serve as useful vehicles to delivering a message of liberation that might otherwise strike people as distasteful or merely provocative Walzer insists and how could we not give some credence to his point of view that even if Marx was correct in his emphasis on the importance of class interests he was wrong about the appeal of class and nation based politicsIncluded in this short book are insights in the specificities of failures within the three states to either deliver on or live up to their own liberationist rhetoric and how this resulted in the flourishing of reactionary movements which chipped away at gains made in establishing egalitarian societies that in being tenaciously insistent on the purity of their rhetoric they lost sight of the need to deliver it through a compelling aesthetic program that would make such things palpable for people in general Overall The Paradox of Liberation was a very clear and simple exploration of the need to consider the relationship of theory and practice in liberation movements Beyond the Veil VeilDixon Security #2 political thinkers examines this The Weeping Undergraduate perplexing trend by studying India Israel and Algeria three nations whose founding Villa Incognito principles and institutions have been sharply attacked by three completely different groups of religious revivalists Hindu militants ultra Orthodox Jews and messianic Zionists and Islamic radicals In his El Lazarillo De Tormes provocative well reasoned discussion Walz. 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READ The Paradox of Liberation ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub REVIEW ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Michael Walzer READ & DOWNLOAD The Paradox of Liberation Er asks Why have these secular democratic movements been unable to reproduce their political culture beyond one or two generations In a postscript he compares the difficulties of contemporary secularism to the successful establishment of secular politics in the early American republic thereby making an argument for American exceptionalism but gravely noting that we may be less exceptional today. Basically Walzer speaks from the standpoint that the secular and militant revolutionaries are the pioneers of their time who is also morally superior than their countrymen who are religious and massive in numbers A Patriot's History of the United States From Columbus's Great Discovery to the War on Terror political culture beyond one or two generations In a Witness to War The Civil War 1861 1865 Witness to War postscript he compares the difficulties of contemporary secularism to the successful establishment of secular Annie politics in the early American republic thereby making an argument for American exceptionalism but gravely noting that we may be less exceptional today. Basically Walzer speaks from the standpoint that the secular and militant revolutionaries are the Back Alley Slut pioneers of their time who is also morally superior than their countrymen who are religious and massive in numbers

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READ The Paradox of Liberation ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub REVIEW ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Michael Walzer READ & DOWNLOAD The Paradox of Liberation A thought provoking reflection on why secular national liberation movements are so often challenged by militant religious revivalsMany of the successful campaigns for national liberation in the years following World War II were initially based on democratic and secular ideals Once established however the newly independent nations had to deal with entirely unexpected religious fierceness Michael. I decided to read this book after seeing it cited in a the american interestcom article In this book three independence movements are discussed Algeria India and Israel While the three movements are distinctly different they have some common features1 The movers and shakers of the independence movements were motivated by secular values learned either in or from the European nation controlling the territory andor population affected by the independence movement2 The secular leadership of the independence movements tend to see the traditional and religious values of the general population as backwards and had varying levels of tolerance for these values For example the secularists in India opposed the caste system and supported women s rights3 Some aspects of the traditional and religious values of the general population fostered their submission to a colonial yoke in the case of Algeria and India or acceptance of an exile status in the case of the Jews In the case of the Jews the instructions from Jeremiah to the exiles in Babylon in Jer 29 tended to foster an attitude of submission to host nations4 The secular leadership had to overcome the submissive nature of the general population5 Once independence was achieved the secular leadership tried to limit the scope of religion to belief and worship All other aspects of life were under secular purview Sound familiar6 Although the religious traditionalists were themselves changed by the independence movement the broad scope of secular control tended to arouse a ground swell of opposition within one or two generations entrenching certain values In other words the secularists achieved independence but failed to convert the national value system to their secularismThe book provides an interesting overview and perspective of the history of the three nations under consideration At the end of the book the author proceeds to make comparisons to the American Revolution He notes that the American Revolution did not constitute a liberation movement rather migration from Europe to the American colonies was essentially the liberation movement Further he notes that the American Revolution was a political revolution and not a social revolution essentially a change in leadership rather than a change in culture I agree with these conclusions However he characterized the American populace in a manner with which I don t uite agree He cited popular support for the operation of post offices seven days a week as an example of opposition to establishment of religion in the early days of the republic I get the impression that he is contrasting this with the religious opposition noted in Algeria India and Israel and don t consider this to be an apt comparison Even if the law reuired the post offices to be open on Sunday it did not compel anyone to go to the post office on Sunday Nor did the law compel anyone to open his shop or work his fields on Sunday The local blue laws he mentioned that mandated business closure on Sunday provided exceptions for Jews and Seventh Day Adventists So is the contrast between the attitude of the population or the attitude of the leadership Personally I think the contrast is between the social activism of the secular elites of Algeria India and Israel and the attitude of restraint by the American elite in the early days of the republicRegardless of my disagreement with some of the author s conclusions I found the book easy to follow and many of his observations insightful The Mist provoking reflection on why secular national liberation movements are so often challenged by militant religious revivalsMany of the successful campaigns for national liberation in the years following World War II were initially based on democratic and secular ideals Once established however the newly independent nations had to deal with entirely unexpected religious fierceness Michael. I decided to read this book after seeing it cited in a the american interestcom article In this book three independence movements are discussed Algeria India and Israel While the three movements are distinctly different they have some common features1 The movers and shakers of the independence movements were motivated by secular values learned either in or from the European nation controlling the territory andor Venus 13 population affected by the independence movement2 The secular leadership of the independence movements tend to see the traditional and religious values of the general Boss Man population as backwards and had varying levels of tolerance for these values For example the secularists in India opposed the caste system and supported women s rights3 Some aspects of the traditional and religious values of the general Growing Rails Applications in Practice population fostered their submission to a colonial yoke in the case of Algeria and India or acceptance of an exile status in the case of the Jews In the case of the Jews the instructions from Jeremiah to the exiles in Babylon in Jer 29 tended to foster an attitude of submission to host nations4 The secular leadership had to overcome the submissive nature of the general خاطرات سياسي ۶۶ ۱۳۶۵ population5 Once independence was achieved the secular leadership tried to limit the scope of religion to belief and worship All other aspects of life were under secular Zaraza purview Sound familiar6 Although the religious traditionalists were themselves changed by the independence movement the broad scope of secular control tended to arouse a ground swell of opposition within one or two generations entrenching certain values In other words the secularists achieved independence but failed to convert the national value system to their secularismThe book D Live Vol 4 provides an interesting overview and Green Lanes and Kettle Cranes perspective of the history of the three nations under consideration At the end of the book the author John Quincy Adams and American Global Empire proceeds to make comparisons to the American Revolution He notes that the American Revolution did not constitute a liberation movement rather migration from Europe to the American colonies was essentially the liberation movement Further he notes that the American Revolution was a Radical Technologies political revolution and not a social revolution essentially a change in leadership rather than a change in culture I agree with these conclusions However he characterized the American Learning to See Version 13 populace in a manner with which I don t uite agree He cited Simply Scandalous House of Pleasure #9 popular support for the operation of Hard as Steel Hard Ink #45; Raven Riders #05 post offices seven days a week as an example of opposition to establishment of religion in the early days of the republic I get the impression that he is contrasting this with the religious opposition noted in Algeria India and Israel and don t consider this to be an apt comparison Even if the law reuired the Littles Learning to Please post offices to be open on Sunday it did not compel anyone to go to the The Unintentional Time Traveler post office on Sunday Nor did the law compel anyone to open his shop or work his fields on Sunday The local blue laws he mentioned that mandated business closure on Sunday Honeymoon Castaways provided exceptions for Jews and Seventh Day Adventists So is the contrast between the attitude of the Touch Me In The Dark The Mckenna Legacy Harleuin Intrigue #390 population or the attitude of the leadership Personally I think the contrast is between the social activism of the secular elites of Algeria India and Israel and the attitude of restraint by the American elite in the early days of the republicRegardless of my disagreement with some of the author s conclusions I found the book easy to follow and many of his observations insightful


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