Postnationalist Ireland: Politics, Culture, Philosophy

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a
absolutist sovereignty:
Bodin on 18 , 20 , 46-7 ;
definition of 18 ;
French Revolution and 20-1 ;
Hobbes on 18 , 21 ;
monarchy and 18 , 20-1 ;
Northern Ireland and 24 ;
parliamentary sovereignty as 19 ;
postmodernism and 63 ;
Rousseau on 21 ;
transfer from monarch to people 20-1 , 50-1 ,
see also sovereignty
active citizenship see citizenship
Adams, Gerry 113
Adams, John 51
AE see Russell, George
Aisling poems 120 , 230
Alcock, Anthony 227
American republicanism 36 , 51-3 ;
Enlightenment ideology and 51 ;
Irish republicanism and 53
American Revolution 3 , 51 ;
council model and 67 ;
Declaration of Independence 52 ;
influence of 6 , 58 ;
Tone and 53
Anderson, Benedict 189 , 208 ;
communications 196 ;
economic erosion of nation-state 196 ;
imagined communities 11 , 58 , 238 ;
late nationalism 194 ;
long-distance nationalism 193 , 194 ;
motherland 232 ;
national and global economy 196-7 ;
national people or population 192 ;
taxation 196
Anderson, James 226
Anglican Planters see Planters
Anglo-Irish Agreement 88 ;
opposition to 16
Anglo-Irish Ascendancy 115 ;
Berkeley and 152 , 153 , 154 , 155 ;
Protestantism and 7 , 30 , 31 , 154 , 155
anti-nationalism 58
architecture:
postmodern theory and 64
Ardagh, John 204
Arendt, Hannah 216 , 241 , 246 ;
on American republicanism 51 ;
council model 68 ;
federalism 67 ;
internationalism 223-4 ;
nationstate nationalism 218 ;
problem of war 67 , 187 ;
on Rousseau and Robespierre 218-19 ;
on sovereignty 17 , 23 , 67 , 187 , 209
Aristotle:
aristocracy 214 ;
classical republicanism 40 , 213 ;
model of balance government 45 ;
Renaissance republicanism and 43 , 44 , 45 ;
three forms of government 48 , 213
Arnold, Matthew 172
Ascendency see Anglo-Irish Ascendency
Ascherson, Neal 197 , 210 , 219 , 228 ;
Britain as absolutist nation 10 ;
‘porous’ borders 78 , 87-8 ;
regional identity 83 ;
regionalism 61 , 78 , 80 , 195 ;
‘The New Europe’ 78
Augustine:
criticism of Cicero 212 ;
on ‘the originary bond’ 212-13 ;
on republicanism 212-13
Austin, John 18-19

b
Bailyn, Bernard 216
Baker, Keith 21 , 22 , 208
Barden, Garret 172

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Politics 13
  • 1 - Beyond Sovereignty 15
  • 2 - Ideas of a Republic 25
  • 3 - Genealogy of the Republic 39
  • 4 - Postnationalism and Postmodernity 57
  • 5 - Rethinking Ireland 70
  • Part II - Culture 97
  • 6 - The Fifth Province 99
  • 7 - Myths of Motherland 108
  • 8 - Myth and Nation in Modern Irish Poetry 122
  • Part III - Philosophy 143
  • 9 - George Berkeley 145
  • 10 - John Toland 157
  • 11 - John Tyndall and Irish Science 169
  • Postscript 178
  • Notes 189
  • Index 248
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