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Phillip Blond: Articoli scritti

Phillip Blond, fondatore e direttore del think- tank ResPublica, con sede a Londra, è un filosofo della politica e commentatore di temi economici e culturali. Prima di occuparsi direttamente della politica è stato docente di teologia e filosofia nelle Università di Exeter e Cumbria. La sua interpretazione del conservatorismo in chiave sociale è esposta nel suo libro Red Tory. Suoi articoli sono apparsi frequentemente nella stampa britannica e internazionale, come The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer, The Financial Times, Prospect and the New Statesman and The International Herald Tribune. Phillip Blond is founder and director of ResPublica. Phillip is an internationally recognised political thinker, and economic and cultural commentator. Prior to entering politics and public policy he was a senior lecturer in theology and philosophy – teaching at the Universities of Exeter and Cumbria. He is the author of Red Tory (Faber and Faber 2010) which sought to redefine the centre ground of British politics around the ideas of civil association, mutual ownership and social enterprise. He has written extensively in the British and foreign press including The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer, The Financial Times, Prospect and the New Statesman and The International Herald Tribune.

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UK/ The Post-Liberal Agenda

PHILLIP BLOND discusses the current liberal politics and policies of the UK, the fight between individualism and collectivism, and what should be done in the future.
16/10/2012

NOI PER L'ITALIA/ Blond: un nuovo patto tra Stato e società civile

Ecco di seguito il contributo di PHILLIP BLOND, fondatore e direttore del think-tank ResPublica, con sede a Londra, comparso in video nel corso dell'evento “Mille giovani idee per l’Italia”
25/06/2012

UK/ The Big Society will only get bigger

The Big Society represents a far more profound shift in British politics than is commonly recognised, and in a sense it is beyond left and right  
31/01/2011

POLITICAL ECONOMY/ No equality in opportunity

The politics of equality of opportunity has licensed ever greater inequality; we need instead a more radical ¬economic egalitarianism coupled with the ¬recognition of a difference of roles and a ...
08/02/2010

MUTUALISM/ The Ownership State

It is hard to underestimate the challenge faced by our public services. Not only must they contend with ever increasing public expectations and societal challenges such as an ageing population, ...
17/12/2009

BLOND/ 4. The Future of Conservatism: The Associative Society

What is modern conservatism – what does it care about, what does it seek to conserve? “Nothing less than society itself.”, replies Phillip Blond, director of ResPublica, in his speech to launch ...
04/12/2009

BLOND/ 3. The Future of Conservatism: The Moralised Market

  What is modern conservatism – what does it care about, what does it seek to conserve? “Nothing less than society itself.”, replies Phillip Blond, director of ResPublica, in his speech to launch ...
04/12/2009

BLOND/ 2. The Future of Conservatism: The Civil State

What is modern conservatism – what does it care about, what does it seek to conserve? “Nothing less than society itself.”, replies Phillip Blond, director of ResPublica, in his speech to launch ...
04/12/2009

BLOND/ 1. The Future of Conservatism: Modern Conservatism

What is modern conservatism – what does it care about, what does it seek to conserve? “Nothing less than society itself.”, replies Phillip Blond, director of ResPublica, in his speech to launch ...
04/12/2009

UK/ Labour’s betrayal of society

The dominant legacy of the left is state authoritarianism and private libertarianism. The Labour Party, if it is to recover from inevitable defeat, must restore its earlier traditions and once ...
03/11/2009

The Failure of Neo-Liberalism

Neither state nor market can secure a universal wealth and prosperity. However, there is an unexplored economic and social alternative: civil society. Only a generally available and widely ...
25/06/2009

UK/ How Britain lost its society

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25/08/2008
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