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Democracy&Nature New Issue Vol.8, no.3, 2002 Democratic Liberatory Ethics (english)
24 Dec 2002
'DEMOCRACY AND NATURE' The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy. Volume 8, number 3, 2002.
Main Theme: Democratic or 'Objective' Liberatory Ethics?
Contributors: Takis Fotopoulos, Chamsy Ojeili, Brian Morris, Steven Best, Douglas Kellner, Steve Nowosu.
Democracy & Nature (D&N), The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy. Volume 8, number 3, 2002
"D&N reclaims the word democracy from its corrupted present-day usage and expands its original meaning to include equal sharing of political, as well as economic and social power exercised directly by citizens".
DEMOCRATIC OR 'OBJECTIVE' LIBERATORY ETHICS?
Towards a Democratic Liberatory Ethics. by Takis Fotopoulos (Full text from the website)
Post-modernism, the Return to Ethics and the Crisis of Socialist Values. by Chamsy Ojeili (Full text from the website)
Kropotkin's Etical Naturalism. by Brian Morris (Abstract, Print only)
Biotechnology, Ethics and the Politics of Cloning. by Steven Best and Douglas Kellner (Abstract, Print only)
The Ethics of Justice and Good Governance in African Traditional Society. by OK Steve Nowosu (Abstract, Print only)
Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy by R.J. Barry Jones review by Takis Fotopoulos
D&N, vol.8, no.2: The 'War' Against Terrorism.
D&N, vol.8, no.1: Transition to Democracy and Radical Movements.
D&N, vol.7, no.3: Radical Movements in Neoliberal Modernity.
D&N, Vol.7, no.2: Globalisation, Ecofeminism and Democracy.
D&N, vol.7, no.1: Postmodernism and the Democratic Project.
Education, Paedeia and Democracy.
Social Market, Democratic Planning or Economic Democracy?
The Drug Culture.
The Meaning of Work Today and Tomorrow.
Democracy and the Individual.
"Politics must cease to be a technique foe holding and exercising power and become again the self-management of society by its members".
Excerpt from the Aims of D&N.