By Kathryn Dean
Can capitalism and citizenship co-exist? in recent times advocates of the 3rd method have championed the belief of public-spirited capitalism because the antidote to the numerous difficulties confronting the fashionable international. This publication develops a multi-disciplinary concept of citizenship, exploring the human talents wanted for its perform. It then argues that capitalism impedes the nurturing of those skills. In advancing those arguments, Kathryn Dean attracts at the paintings of quite a lot of thinkers together with Freud, Marx, Lacan, Habermas and Castells.
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