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By Catherine Lu (auth.)

Taking insights and controversies from feminist political thought, Lu seems to light up substitute photos of 'sovereignty as privateness' and 'sovereignty as responsibility', and to spot new demanding situations bobbing up from the elevated organization of personal worldwide civil society, and their courting with the area of states.

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Freedom for individuals thus lies in this ability to partake in this collective deliberation and decisionmaking that characterize republican notions of citizenship in a political community. Freedom under this view is located in the public realm of membership and belonging. Similarly, Hannah Arendt has argued that 'freedom is exclusively located in the political realm', 37 in the life of the polis, which she contrasts to life in the household, a thoroughly private and nonpolitical realm of inequality, of slavery and mastery, of silence and of the provision of the most basic human needs.

The invisibility of the private creates an arena for freedom that is distinct from the freedom afforded by the visibility of the public sphere. Indeed, the atomistic and organic conceptions of the public/private construct yield different understandings of the nature and location of freedom. Under an organic view, participation in a common life is inherent in the individual subject. Freedom for individuals thus lies in this ability to partake in this collective deliberation and decisionmaking that characterize republican notions of citizenship in a political community.

Freedom for individuals thus lies in this ability to partake in this collective deliberation and decisionmaking that characterize republican notions of citizenship in a political community. Freedom under this view is located in the public realm of membership and belonging. Similarly, Hannah Arendt has argued that 'freedom is exclusively located in the political realm', 37 in the life of the polis, which she contrasts to life in the household, a thoroughly private and nonpolitical realm of inequality, of slavery and mastery, of silence and of the provision of the most basic human needs.

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