European debates on citizenship
2014, cm 17 x 24, 460 pp.
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What is citizenship? These essays try to answer the question by studying how the idea was tackled in the political thought of the Antiquity, Renaissance and Enlightenment in Europe, and how it has been debated in the Twentieth and Twenty-first centuries. The collection, marked by the dialogue between intellectual generations and a noteworthy expansion of the canon of political thought, reflects the vitality of contemporary European scholarship on the subject.