This anthology contributes to the still emerging theoretical debates in political theory and philosophy about multiculturalism, nationalism and immigration. It focuses on multiculturalism and nationalism as factual consequences of, and normative responses to, immigration and on the normative significance (or lack thereof) of the notion of culture.
Table of Contents
Notes on the Contributors vii
1 Liberal Nationalism on Immigration 1
2 Cosmopolitanism, Culture and Well-Being: A 21
Cosmopolitan Perspective on Multiculturalism
3 The Luck-Egalitarian Argument for Group Rights 53
4 Equality and Difference-Blind Rights 81
5 Immigration and the Significance of Culture 119
6 Fear versus Fairness: Migration, Citizenship 151
and the Transformation of Political Community
7 Immigration and Reciprocity 174
8 If No Common and Unique European Identity 194
Exists, Should We Create One?
Andreas F lesdal