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1Neo-Liberalism and Neo-Republicanism

저자 : Philip Pettit

발행기관 : 한국학술연구원 간행물 : Korea Observer 50권 2호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 191-206 (16 pages)

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In this paper, I provide a sketch of the republican view of freedom and government. And then, looking forward, I highlight the potential of this long, shared tradition of thinking for contemporary politics. As a philosophy of government, so I argue, neo-republicanism offers a very attractive alternative to the neo-liberalism that has been recently dominant in policy circles.
In my discussion, I consider republicanism first, liberalism second, since that answers to the historical order in which the doctrines appeared. The paper is in three main sections. In the first, I provide a short history of classic republican thinking. In a second, briefer section, I describe the rise of classical liberalism, which displaced republican thought over the following century. And in the third, I look at the alternatives represented in contemporary thought by neo-republicanism and neo-liberalism, highlighting what I see as the advantages of the neo-republican approach.

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2The March 1 st Movement and the Red Thread of International Peace History

저자 : Hope Elizabeth May

발행기관 : 한국학술연구원 간행물 : Korea Observer 50권 2호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 207-233 (27 pages)

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This paper offers a narrative that transcends the received view of the March 1, 1919 Movement as a nationalist, anti-Japanese Movement for Korean Independence. Moving beyond the description of the Movement as one for "independence" and "self-determination," I discuss the March 1st Movement within the deeper context of international peace history. When we transcend the traditional narrative and position the March 1st Movement and its participants within broader geographic, social and historical contexts, the cosmopolitan and humanitarian dimensions of the Movement are illuminated. Understood as a complex landscape of stories that illustrate an awakened conscience, cosmopolitan affection and the politics of hope, the March 1st Movement shines as an important moment in the "red thread" of international peace history.

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The erroneously conceived conventional perspective on the March 1st Movement should be revisited, first from anti-Japanese struggle to peaceful coexistence through the spirit of mea culpa. Mea culpa, a self-reflection has been a long tradition of the Koreans during the critical crisis of the nation. The movement introduces the gravity of coexistence rather than antagonism against the enemy. Further, the March 1st Movement should no longer be considered as the independence movement. The movement was only to declare and to restore the immovable fact: Korea has always enjoyed its long-lasting history an independent state just like other states. Lastly, the March 1st Movement remarks the cosmopolitan point where the opportunities from the world brought the locals to directly face with their subjectivity. The March 1st Movement therefore is obliged to be reinterpreted as the movement of world citizens, for the restoration and perpetual peace, through the spirit of mea culpa.

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4Reconciliation of Nations for the Survival of Humankind

저자 : Jurgen Moltmann

발행기관 : 한국학술연구원 간행물 : Korea Observer 50권 2호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 261-268 (8 pages)

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The paper explores the history and the reality of reconciliation of nations, which is inevitable and vital for the survival of human kind. It first emphasizes the very need for the peace and reconciliation through three examples of national reconciliation both internal and external: reconciliation between France and Germany after the continuous war since 1813, reconciliation between Germany and Poland after the World War II, and the reconciliation between Germany and Germany, the very recent peace movement. Then the paper warns the crude reality against the pursuit of peace and reconciliation including the growing nationalistic power-politics, nuclear threat, and ecological as well as environmental complication. There is still the ardent hope, however, in transforming the national foreign policy into a world home policy.

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5Republican Liberation and Non-domination Democratic Republicanism and the March First Movement

저자 : Jun-hyeok Kwak

발행기관 : 한국학술연구원 간행물 : Korea Observer 50권 2호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 269-286 (18 pages)

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This article explicates the March First Movement hereafter in 1919 as an exemplary event which brackets liberty as non-domination and national liberation together on the road to the creation of a new democratic republic. Specifically, I will develop the two arguments in this article. First, scrutinizing the articulation of 'non-domination' with 'self-government' in the March First Movement, I will maintain that liberation from dependency is not necessarily connected to advocacy of anarchical aspiration. As we shall see subsequently, the March First Movement clearly demonstrated that the rallying cry for liberation from foreign domination does not rule out the need for political order. Second, exploring non-domination as the normative foundation of the March First Movement whose relentless demand for 'non-violence' successfully delimited involuntary subordination, I will argue that liberty as non-domination can be a regulative principle which steers the forms of collective action to the establishment of a truly democratic republic.

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6Beyond the Orientalist and Occidentalist Bias "Protest and Applause" and the Role of Citizens and Democracy in a Mass Society

저자 : Eun-jeung Lee

발행기관 : 한국학술연구원 간행물 : Korea Observer 50권 2호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 287-303 (17 pages)

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The course of history shows that democracy has succeeded in flourishing in mass society, and has been able to do so to this day. The popular masses' battle cries against colonial overlords and authoritarian rulers have helped democracy mature and grow stronger. It is the very voice of the popular masses filling public streets and squares that has constantly reminded the citizens of mass society that is it them who are the bearers of sovereign power. The March 1st Movement was an outcry by which the Korean masses proclaimed themselves to be the citizens of an independent, sovereign state. But in the Orientalist biased debates of authoritarian ruling elites and intellectuals alike who in trying to characterize East Asian culture mainly by reference to "Confucian" values and a supposedly "Confucian" meritocracy have persistently refused to acknowledge the popular masses as political agents in their own right.

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