Deep diversity versus constitutional patriotism

@article{Fossum2001DeepDV,
  title={Deep diversity versus constitutional patriotism},
  author={John Fossum},
  journal={Ethnicities},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={179 - 206}
}
In discussing Canada, many analysts argue that if the country is to be kept together, it is necessary to revise the standard liberal conception of citizenship. The essential problem currently facing Canada, they claim, is how diverse claims for difference can be accommodated. This article is intended to shed light on this debate by contrasting Charles Taylor's concept of ‘deep diversity’ with Jürgen Habermas's notion of ‘constitutional patriotism’. The purpose of the article is twofold. First… Expand
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