Secession and Self: Quebec in Canadian Thought

Secession and Self: Quebec in Canadian Thought

By: Gregory Millard (author)Hardback

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An exploration of Quebec's role in Canadian identity, and the ramifications of secession for the self-understandings of Canadians.

About Author

Gregory Millard teaches Canadian politics and political thought at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, British Columbia.


Acknowledgments 1 Introduction: The Search for Affirmation Part one: principled affirmations Section one: Against Quebec-in-Canada: Liberal-Democratic Critiques 2 Liberal Critiques of Quebec-in-Canada; 3 Democratic Critiques of Quebec-in-Canada section two: Affirming Quebec-in-Canada: Justice and Liberalism 4 Just Secession? Partition Reconsidered; 5 Liberal Affirmations of Quebec-in-Canada section three: Beyond Justice: The Sense of Mission, Complex Fraternity, and Developmental Visions 6 Quebec-in-Canada as Global Exemplar; 7 Moral Foundations? Complex Fraternity and Dissociation as Tragedy; 8 From Progress to Dialogue: Developmental Visions of the Multinational State Part two: beyond principled affirmations: sketching the experiential 9 Quebec and Experiential Affirmation Concluding Note Notes; Works Cited; Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773533844
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 368
  • ID: 9780773533844
  • ISBN10: 0773533842

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