Ecological Citizenship: a Disruptive Influence?

@inproceedings{Dobson2000EcologicalCA,
  title={Ecological Citizenship: a Disruptive Influence?},
  author={Andrew Dobson},
  year={2000}
}
Interest in citizenship comes and goes. Peter Reisenberg’s comment on eighteenth-century France is, mutatis mutandis, applicable to much of the post-Second World War period in the Western world: From the era of Louis XIV until the Revolution citizenship was not a major concern of French political theory…. Although a few traditional moralists might debate the issue, and although there continued to be debate over the proper relationship between the private and the public interest, there was no… CONTINUE READING

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