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David Miller

, and argue for enfranchising the non-resident Francophile and disenfranchising the monks and the disengaged sports stars and finance capitalists. But unless Bauböck is prepared to accept this, the psychological reading of the link postulated in ACS must be abandoned. Perhaps there is some third way of reading ACS, and the connected idea of a “citizen stakeholder”, that would yield plausible answers both to the jurisdiction

in Democratic inclusion
Kant
Andrew Bowie

definitive account of what our thinking is, beyond its being a capacity for synthesis, and given that thinking itself relies on natural processes (while not being reducible to them), this is not a mystical question. The fact is that in these terms our capacity for manipulation of nature depends on something which is as cognitively inaccessible to us as nature is in itself. Kant’s attention in the CJ to trying to link our cognitive and ethical capacities via a third way of relating to the world also points to his awareness of the dangers that may result if we cannot make

in Aesthetics and subjectivity