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    Representing non-citizens: a proposal for the inclusion of all affected interests.Benjamin Boudou - 2022 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (5):747-768.
    This article defends the normative relevance of the representation of non-citizens in democracies. I argue that representation within nation-states constitutes a realistic institutionalisation of the All-Affected Principle, allowing justificatory practices towards non-citizens and establishing political institutions that can realise the ideal of inclusion of all externally affected individuals. I defend electoral, non-electoral and surrogate forms of representation of affected interests that satisfy both the cosmopolitan concern for the equal consideration of interests and the statist defence of the importance of a (...)
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    Beyond the Welcoming Rhetoric.Benjamin Boudou - 2021 - Essays in Philosophy 22 (1):85-101.
    The concept of hospitality has seen a strong revival in the literature on migration and among pro-migrant activists. However, its meaning, its scope, and the nature of the obligations it imposes remain contested. Open-border advocates see hospitality as a moral principle of openness that should trump nationalist arguments for closure, while nationalists tap into the home analogy and compare the state to a household welcoming migrants as guests, whose stay should accordingly be temporary and marked by gratitude. Some consider hospitality (...)
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    Au nom de l’hospitalité : les enjeux d’une rhétorique morale en politique.Benjamin Boudou - 2016 - Cités 68 (4):33.
    Peut-on penser l’accueil des migrants, le droit d’asile ou plus généralement l’immigration comme un devoir ou un droit d’hospitalité ? On comprend intuitivement qu’il y a un lien, mais on peine à voir pourquoi mobiliser une idée aussi datée et à la connotation plus religieuse que politique pourrait nous être utile. Cet article vise à comprendre le sens du retour manifeste à ce vocabulaire. Retour certes modeste, mais, nous le verrons, significatif. Car les apparitions historiques du concept d’hospitalité dans la (...)
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    Electoral representation revisited: Introduction.Benjamin Boudou & Marcus Carlsen Häggrot - 2022 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (5):629-634.
    Electoral representation is a cornerstone of contemporary democracy. Democracy today is widely interpreted to mean that the people governs itself through electing officials of government. But while...
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    Migration and the critique of ‘state thought’: Abdelmalek Sayad as a political theorist.Benjamin Boudou - 2023 - European Journal of Political Theory 22 (3):399-424.
    This article argues for reading the Algerian-French sociologist Abdelmalek Sayad (1933–1998) as a political theorist of migration. Various contributions have recently called to move away from the court-like assessment of claims by host states and foreigners and to engage more frankly with empirical work more attentive to concrete experiences and power relations. I contend that Sayad’s sociological work constitutes a substantial empirical and normative resource for ethical and political theory of migration, pointing to the persistence of ‘state thought’ and presenting (...)
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    Migration and the critique of ‘state thought’: Abdelmalek Sayad as a political theorist.Benjamin Boudou - 2021 - European Journal of Political Theory (3):399-424.
    This article argues for reading the Algerian-French sociologist Abdelmalek Sayad (1933–1998) as a political theorist of migration. Various contributions have recently called to move away from the court-like assessment of claims by host states and foreigners and to engage more frankly with empirical work more attentive to concrete experiences and power relations. I contend that Sayad’s sociological work constitutes a substantial empirical and normative resource for ethical and political theory of migration, pointing to the persistence of ‘state thought’ and presenting (...)
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