Is Europe’s crisis merely a financial one? Tackling issues ranging from Europe’s legal, institutional and cultural identity to its border, citizenship and integration policies, and looking forward to its legacy for the future, the contributors to this volume interrogate the various dimensions and contours of the European crisis. By revisiting Derrida’s diagnosis of the crisis of European identity, they simultaneously propose a new direction for Europe, and an alternative response to today’s crisis.
Subjects: Philosophy, Political Science
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