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Questioning Ireland examines basic questions of politics and society from the perspective of the great values and ideals that inform our deepest political arguments. Justice, liberty, equality community, democracy, nation and republic are among the ideas shown in action here as they are brought to bear on questions that affect us all.

Questioning Ireland challenges, a stereotypical image of Ireland as a confessional state cut off from the critical energy and debate of the wider world of political ideas.

This is a collection of essays in honour of Fergal O’Connor – moral and political philosopher, social critic and member of the Dominican order.

Questioning Ireland: Debates in Political Philosophy and Public Policy

Questioning Ireland examines basic questions of politics and society from the perspective of the great values and ideals that inform our deepest political arguments. Justice, liberty, equality community, democracy, nation and republic are among the ideas shown in action here as they are brought to bear on questions that affect us all.

Questioning Ireland challenges, a stereotypical image of Ireland as a confessional state cut off from the critical energy and debate of the wider world of political ideas.

This is a collection of essays in honour of Fergal O’Connor – moral and political philosopher, social critic and member of the Dominican order.

By: Frank Litton, Joseph Dunne, Attracta Ingram ISBN: 1-902448-34-0

Published: Saturday 01, January 2000.


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