החלק שאין לו חלק: מבט פוסט־ליברלי על המשבר הנוכחי

Translated title of the contribution: The Part that Has No Part: A Post-Liberal Reading of the Current Cris

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Abstract

In this short article, I suggest that the problem posed by the judicial reforms is not insufficient liberalism, but rather that liberalism is not up to the task of fixing Israeli society because it is exclusionary and ethnocentric. Many people currently doubt that “Israel” can hold together as a concept in any meaningful way given the vastly different social visions of its citizens. The crisis must be addressed. But many simply want to cancel the reforms without addressing the conditions that created them, which will be temporary, at best “buying” the opposition a couple of years by trying to sweep this major clash under the rug.Here I suggest that we should seek a more radical process of inclusion that actually gives everyone a seat at the table.
Translated title of the contributionThe Part that Has No Part: A Post-Liberal Reading of the Current Cris
Original languageHebrew
Pages (from-to)93-103
Number of pages11
Journalסוציולוגיה ישראלית: כתב-עת לחקר החברה הישראלית
Volume24
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2023

IHP Publications

  • ihp
  • Citizenship
  • Democracy
  • Law and socialism
  • Law reform
  • Protest movements -- Israel -- History -- 21st century
  • Religion and state

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