Introduction : paradox of Europeanness : the need to exclude and the virtue of inclusion -- Pride and shame : the moral and political landscape of Europe's colonial past in the present -- The state people and their minorities : rebirth of a national state with a minority problem -- Knowing subjects and partial understandings : diagnosis of intolerance and other knowledge practices after socialism -- Building up and tearing down : critical thinking in the context of tolerance promotion -- Language sacred and language injurious : ethical encounters with the other -- Repression and redemption : the tensions of rebordering Europe -- Epilogue : liberalism on the fence
In School of Europeanness, Dace Dzenovska argues that Europe's political landscape is shaped by a fundamental tension between the need to exclude and the requirement to profess and institutionalize the value of inclusion. Nowhere, Dzenovska writes ..
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