Normative subjects : self and collectivity in morality and law

I Construction and RevisionConstructing SubjectsI. MODALITIES OF HUMAN CONSTRUCTIONII. CONSTRUCTION AND ROLESRolesRole-DistanceDistance and CollectivitiesIII. NORMATIVE IMPLICATIONSPersonal Norms and DistanceTypes of PaymentDistance and LawTopology of SelfAlienation and Bad FaithSocializing HarryRevising Our PastsUnderstating the Problem: The Reductionist ApproachOverstating the Problem: The Fixity of the PastII. BOUNDARIES OF STATES AND INDIVIDUALSSpatial and Temporal BoundariesToward an Ontology of the StateFrom States to IndividualsIII. MEMORY AND RESPONSIBILITYMemory and IdentityMemory and History: The Collective CaseIV. LIMITS OF REVISIONRegret, Luck, and IdentityII. A SOLUTIONIII. SOME CLARIFICATIONSIV. BEYOND LUCK AND REGRETII Value and Humanity Individuals, Citizens, PersonsI. THE POLITICAL QUESTIONII. THE MORAL QUESTIONVI. IDEAL AND REALITYDignity and Self-CreationII. WHAT DIGNITY ISSourcesThe Value of ValuationIII. DIGNITY, HONOR, AND WORTHIV. SOME PITFALLSReligious CooptationChoice WorshipBody FetishismA Morality of Crime and PunishmentI. MORALIZING CRIMINAL LAWII. CRIMINAL OFFENSESIII. PUNISHMENTCollective SubjectsCollective PersonhoodsSanctioning CorporationsI. REFORMULATING THE QUESTIONIV. CONCLUSIONFreedoms of Collective SpeechI. RIGHTS TO FREE SPEECHII. ORGANIZATIONAL SPEECHCan Organizations Speak?Organizational Speech and Individual SpeechOrganizations’ Derivative Speech RightsIII. COMMUNAL SPEECHIV. GOVERNMENT SPEECHTypes of Government SpeechWho Speaks?V. CONCLUSION
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