•  6
    This chapter contains sections titled: Education and Politics The Politics of Identity Rewriting the Curricula Retraining Teachers Rethinking Parental Choices and Demands for Segregation The Limits of Diversity.
  •  4
    CHAPTER EIGHT Revisiting the Civic Sphere
    In Amy Gutmann (ed.), Freedom of Association, Princeton University Press. pp. 214-238. 1998.
  •  13
    The Bullshit that Binds. Reflections on Kwame Anthony Appiah’s The Lies that Bind: Rethinking Identity
    Philosophy and Public Issues - Filosofia E Questioni Pubbliche. forthcoming.
    Download.
  •  12
    Why Nationalism
    Princeton University Press. 2019.
    The surprising case for liberal nationalism Around the world today, nationalism is back—and it’s often deeply troubling. Populist politicians exploit nationalism for authoritarian, chauvinistic, racist, and xenophobic purposes, reinforcing the view that it is fundamentally reactionary and antidemocratic. But Yael Tamir makes a passionate argument for a very different kind of nationalism—one that revives its participatory, creative, and egalitarian virtues, answers many of the problems caused by …Read more
  •  9
    Theoretical Difficulties in the Study of Nationalism
    Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26 (sup1): 63-92. 1997.
  •  13
    Why Nationalism
    Princeton University Press. 2019.
  •  20
    Democracy, Nationalism, and Education
    Educational Philosophy and Theory 24 (1): 17-27. 1992.
  •  29
  •  1
    Liberal Nationalism
    Ethics 105 (3): 626-645. 1995.
  •  25
    Two Concepts of Multiculturalism
    Journal of Philosophy of Education 29 (2): 161-172. 1995.
    Yael Tamir; Two Concepts of Multiculturalism, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Volume 29, Issue 2, 30 May 2006, Pages 161–172, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467.
  •  10
    Index
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 189-194. 1995.
  •  6
    Bibliography
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 177-188. 1995.
  •  1
    Whose history? Whose ideas
    In Isaiah Berlin, Edna Ullmann-Margalit & Avishai Margalit (eds.), Isaiah Berlin: A Celebration, University of Chicago Press. pp. 146--159. 1991.
  •  29
    The quest for identity
    Studies in Philosophy and Education 15 (1): 175-191. 1996.
    This paper offers an analysis of the notion “the quest for identity.” The discussion emphasizes the importance of communal belonging, but rejects the view that one ought to belong to the community one was born to. It suggests that the quest for identity may lead individuals to follow many avenues: while some individuals might affirm their “inherent” affiliations and traditions, others may remain within their community of origin and strive to change its ways, or chose to leave their social group …Read more
  •  6
    Seven. Making a virtue out of necessity
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 140-168. 1995.
  •  7
    Four. Particular narratives and general claims
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 78-94. 1995.
  •  11
    Acknowledgments
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. 1995.
  •  43
    United we stand? The educational implications of the politics of difference
    Studies in Philosophy and Education 12 (1): 57-70. 1993.
    This paper attempts to follow the changes in the concept “state” over the last two hundred years, by tracing changes in the aims of public education. Four major stages are identified. The first is characterized by the establishment of the nation-state, when a national and civic education are fused together. The second is marked by the erosion of the identity between state and nation, and by attempts to prevent this process through the development of contradictory educational strategies: ‘neutral…Read more
  •  27
    Theoretical Difficulties in the Study of Nationalism
    Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume 22 63-92. 1996.
    Philosophical questions are not like empirical problems, which can be answered by observation or experiment or entitlements from them. Nor are they like mathematical problems which can be settled by deductive methods, like problems in chess or any other rule-governed game or procedure. But questions about the ends of life, about good and evil, about freedom and necessity, about objectivity and relativity, cannot be decided by looking into even the most sophisticated dictionary or the use of empi…Read more
  •  57
    Liberal Nationalism
    Princeton University Press. 1995.
    "This is a most timely, intelligent, well-written, and absorbing essay on a central and painful social and political problem of out time."--Sir Isaiah Berlin"The major achievement of this remarkable book is a critical theory of nationalism, worked through historical and contemporary examples, explaining the value of national commitments and defining their moral limits. Tamir explores a set of problems that philosophers have been notably reluctant to take on, and leaves us all in her debt."--Mich…Read more
  •  8
    Contents
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. 1995.
  •  25
    The Right to National Self-Determination
    Social Research: An International Quarterly 58. 1991.
  •  19
  •  7
    Five. The magic pronoun “my”
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 95-116. 1995.
  •  36
    Whose education is it anyay?
    Journal of Philosophy of Education 24 (2). 1990.
    Yael Tamir; Whose Education Is It Anyẃay?, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Volume 24, Issue 2, 30 May 2006, Pages 161–170, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-97.
  •  30
  •  6
    Notes
    In Liberal Nationalism, Princeton University Press. pp. 169-176. 1995.