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Francis Cheneval
University of Zürich
  1. Demoi-Cracy in the European Union: Principles, Institutions, Policies.Francis Cheneval, Sandra Lavenex & Frank Schimmelfennig - 2015 - .
  2. The Case for Demoicracy in the European Union.Francis Cheneval & Frank Schimmelfennig - 2013 - .
    The debate on the European Union's democratic deficit usually operates within a national-democratic framework of analysis. This article argues for a change in methodology. It follows the thesis that the EU is a ‘demoicracy’– a polity of multiple demoi– and has to be evaluated as such. Core principles of demoicracy are developed and the EU is assessed accordingly. Such an evaluation is not only more adequate, but also provides original insights: it is found that, whereas the constitutional development of the (...)
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    The Government of the Peoples: On the Idea and Principles of Multilateral Democracy.Francis Cheneval - 2011 - Palgrave-Macmillan.
    Approaching the concept of multilateral democracy -- The transnational dimension of liberal democracy -- Multilateral democracy from a republican point of view -- The conception of the people in multilateral democracy -- The rational case for multilateralism -- Multilateral democracy: the original position -- Principles of multilateral democracy -- Final remarks.
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  4. An Ethical View on Remittances and Labor Migration.Francis Cheneval & Johan Rochel - 2012 - Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 5:16-30.
    The present contribution defends that remittances should be taken into account and integrated into an ethical framework on migration. This main thesis is two-fold. First, we argue that if a normative approach to migration is to claim practical relevance, it should integrate remittances as a relevant empirical parameter into an ethical framework. The empirical assessment of the scientific evidence available on remittances therefore proves to be extremely important. Secondly, assuming that remittances have to be taken seriously, we consider their positive (...)
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    Conservatism, Analytically Reconsidered.Martin Beckstein & Francis Cheneval - 2016 - Beckstein, Martin; Cheneval, Francis . Conservatism, Analytically Reconsidered. The Monist, 99:333-335.
    This special issue is motivated by the observation that conservatism plays a marginal role in contemporary philosophy even though it appears to be of considerable importance in moral, social, and political reality. One reason for this neglect is that defenders of conservatism have often refrained from articulating their arguments in a language that is acceptable to and understandable by analytically -trained philosophers. The contributions of this special issue show that conservatism can profitably be approached from the point of view of (...)
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  6. From Peace to Shared Political Identities: Local, National and Multilateral Democracy in Question.Francis Cheneval & Sylvie Ramel - 2011 - .
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    The Social Construction of Demoicracy in the European Union.Francis Cheneval & Kalypso Nicolaidis - 2017 - European Journal of Political Theory 16 (2):235-260.
    The Eurozone crisis has brought the imperative of democratic autonomy within the EU to the forefront, a concern at the core of demoicratic theory. The article seeks to move the scholarship on demoicratic theory a step further by exploring what we call the social construction of demoicratic reality. While the EU’s legal-institutional infrastructure may imperfectly approximate a demoicratic structure, we need ask to what extent the ‘bare bones’ demoicratic character of a polity can actually be grounded in a full-flesh social (...)
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    Property Rights of Personal Data and the Financing of Pensions.Francis Cheneval - forthcoming - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy:1-23.
  9. La Cité des Peuples: Mémoires de Cosmopolitismes.Francis Cheneval - 2005 - Cerf.
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    Cultural and Minority Rights in European Integration: Promises and Pitfalls.Francis Cheneval & Sonja Dänzer - 2013 - In .
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    Property-Owning Democracy and the Circumstances of Politics.Francis Cheneval - 2013 - Analyse & Kritik 35 (1):255-269.
    The article argues that Rawls’s property-owning democracy should not be understood as a necessary standard of democratic legitimacy. This position contradicts Rawls’s own understanding to some extent, but a rejoinder with elements of political liberalism is possible. He concedes that justice as fairness is a ‘comprehensive liberal doctrine’ and that a well ordered society affirming such a doctrine ‘contradicts reasonable pluralism’. Rawls makes clear that reasonable pluralism in combination with the burdens of judgment lead to rare unanimity in political life (...)
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    Toward a Normative Theory of Multilateral Democracy: The Original Position and the Principles.Francis Cheneval - unknown
    The normative theory of multilateral democratic integration starts within the context of liberal peoples engaged in the common realization of rights, freedoms, and life chances for their citizens while seeking to preserve self-government and popular sovereignty. The point argued in the paper is that the fair terms of multilateral democratic integration must be determined by an integrated original position of citizen and people representatives choosing basic principles of liberal multilateralism. The proposal to merge the two Rawlsian original positions offers a (...)
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    The Hobbesian Case for Multilateralism.Francis Cheneval - 2007 - .
    In this paper an analysis of Hobbes' argument in favor of the Leviathan is combined with a reassessment in a new security environment. The analysis shows that Hobbes' premises are complex and lead to conclusions that differ from the realist as well as from the world-state position, both attributed to Hobbesian logic in IR theory. A strict application of the Hobbesian argument in today's security context leads to a rationale of multilateral institution-building among states. In the first part of the (...)
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    An Ethical View on Remittances and Labor Migration.Francis Cheneval & Johan Rochel - 2012 - Global Justice Theory Practice Rhetoric 5:16-30.
    The present contribution defends that remittances should be taken into account and integrated into an ethical framework on migration. This main thesis is two-fold. First, we argue that if a normative approach to migration is to claim practical relevance, it should integrate remittances as a relevant empirical parameter into an ethical framework. The empirical assessment of the scientific evidence available on remittances therefore proves to be extremely important. Secondly, assuming that remittances have to be taken seriously, we consider their positive (...)
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    Caminante, No Hay Camino, Se Hace Camino Al Andar: EU Citizenship, Direct Democracy and Treaty Ratification.Francis Cheneval - unknown
    This article argues that obligatory, simultaneous, and simple Treaty ratification by referenda is the next step in the consolidation of the political core of European citizenship. In the first part, general remarks about the special nature of EU citizenship highlight the relevance of referenda on EU Treaties for EU citizenship. In the second part, the normative and empirical case in favour of direct democracy is put forward. It is followed by the assessment of direct democracy in European integration as we (...)
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    Switzerland as a Model for the EU.Francis Cheneval & Mónica Ferrín - 2018 - In Francis Cheneval & Mónica Ferrín (eds.), Citizenship in segmented societies : lessons for the EU. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 10-39.
    This chapter compares the institutional setting and integrations processes in Switzerland and the EU. The major findings are that EU integration is trying to achieve more political integra-tion and accommodation of a much higher degree of diversity in much less time than has ever been the case in Switzerland. Integration and expansion processes that were slower and non-linear in Switzerland and that happened in separate phases are all going on at the same time in the EU. Especially integration and accession (...)
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    Mind the Gap: Introductory Thoughts on Globalization and Cosmopolitanism.Francis Cheneval - 2012 - Journal of Philosophical Research 37 (Supplement):263-267.
    Globalization stands for systemic integration, mainly economical and technological. It is related to the expansion of the free market economy, trade, and the global integration of systems of communication and information technology. As such, globalization co-exists with strong cultural affirmations of individual and collective difference and with political fragmentation. Cosmopolitanism needs to take into consideration cultural and political conditions of human existence. The cosmopolitan imperative to form a political community beyond the nation state is a process-guiding principle or regulative ideal, (...)
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    The People in Deliberative Democracy.Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    Referendums in the European Union: Defective by Birth?Francis Cheneval & Mónica Ferrín - 2018 - Journal of Common Market Studies 56 (5):1178-1194.
    On the basis of a combined examination of normative claims and empirical evidence this paper discusses minimal criteria for the institutional design of referendums on EU‐internal issues. These criteria concern the mandatory, the simultaneous and binding nature of referendums. The proposed criteria are demanding, both for the Member States and the European Union, but experiences show that the EU is in fact participating actively in EU‐issues referendums and Member States as well as the EU need to surpass the current arbitrary (...)
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    Constituting the Dêmoi Democratically.Francis Cheneval - unknown
    The original constitution of the dêmos by democratic means is a fundamental problem for normative democratic theory. In this paper, I make an assessment of different solutions to the dêmos problem that have been presented in recent literature. I find that none of them is adequate, and thus hold that the dêmos problem remains unresolved. At the end of the paper, I propose a constellation in which multiple dêmoi are thought to be constituted at the same time. I show that (...)
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    EU Citizenship: Integrating Multi-Layered Identities?Francis Cheneval & Mónica Ferrín - 2018 - In Sandra Seubert, Oilver Eberl & Frans Van Waarden (eds.), Reconsidering EU Citizenship : Contradictions and Constraints. Cheltenham: Eduard Elgar. pp. 177-197.
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  22. Zwischenstaatliche Integration als Vorbild neuer Weltordnung.Francis Cheneval - 2005 - Studia Philosophica 64:179-202.
    This article proposes the political organisation of interstate integration – characterised by functional differentiation and unbundled multi-level territoriality – as a political ideal type. The theoretical foundations and empirical conditions of this new form of political organisation are explored focussing on basic security threats, such as nuclear armament, transnational terrorism, and organised crime. The empirical conditions of multilateral democratic integration are not essentially different from the conditions of democratic state-building and not limited to Europe. The political reality of multilateral integration (...)
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  23. The Rights of Strangers. Theories of International Hospitality, the Global Community, and Political Justice since Vitoria. [REVIEW]Francis Cheneval - 2005 - Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung 59 (1).
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    Multilateral Democracy: The "Original Position".Francis Cheneval - 2008 - Journal of Social Philosophy 39 (1):42–61.
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    La Réception de la “Monarchie” de Dante Ou Les Métamorphoses d'Une Uvre Philosophique.Francis Cheneval - 1996 - Vivarium 34 (2):254-267.
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    Cosmopolitanism, Endless History, and Game Theory.Francis Cheneval - unknown
    This paper assesses the theory, first voiced by Schelling and Kant, according to which an infinite historical process will lead to cosmopolitan institutions.The assessment will mainly be done on the basis of theories about infinitely repeated games. The first part of the paper reconstructs “infinitesimal” historical cosmopolitanism as proposed by Schelling and Kant. The second part confronts this position with the results of the theory of infinitely repeated games among groups. The third part offers reflections on additional conditions and contingencies (...)
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    Steven V. Hicks, International Law and the Possibility of a Just World Order. An Essay on Hegel's Universalism.Francis Cheneval - 2000 - Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 3 (4):457-459.
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    Proclus politisé: La réception politique de Proclus au moyen âge tardif.Francis Cheneval - 1996 - Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 78 (1):11-26.
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    Empowering the Poor Through Property Rights.Francis Cheneval - 2008 - In .
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    Demoicracy. The Democracy of Democracies.Francis Cheneval - 2013 - In .
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    Conservatism: Analytically Reconsidered.Martin Beckstein & Francis Cheneval - 2016 - The Monist 99 (4):333-335.
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    Lost in Universalization? On the Difficulty of Localizing the European Intellectual.Francis Cheneval - unknown
    European Stories is the first book of its kind in any European language. Its authors explore the many different ways 'public intellectuals' have debated Europe - the EU and its periphery - within distinct epistemological, disciplinary, ideological and above all national traditions. The chapters focus on the post-1989 era but with a view to the long history of the 'European idea' and its variants across the continent. To what extent such ideas frame the attitude of European publics is left open. (...)
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    Der kosmopolitische Republikanismus: Erläutert am Beispiel Anacharsis Cloots'.Francis Cheneval - 2004 - Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung 58 (3):373 - 396.
    Der Artikel erläutert mit dem kosmopolitischen Republikanismus einen Aspekt, der in der nationalstaatlich fixierten und meist euroskeptischen Republikanismus-Forschung vernachlässigt worden ist, aber in der frühen Phase der Französischen Revolution eine wichtige Rolle spielte. In der Perspektive des hier vorliegenden Artikels erscheint der revolutionäre Republikanismus zumindest in seinen Anfängen nicht als Inbegriff nationalstaatlich gehegter Demokratie und Autonomie, sondern als kosmopolitische oder zumindest Europa einigende Idee. Das Beispiel von Cloots zeigt, dass der Republikanismus in jener Zeit des Umbruchs und am historischen Ursprung (...)
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    Property Rights as Human Rights.Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    Auseinandersetzungen um die civitas maxima in der Nachfolge Christian Wolffs.Francis Cheneval - 2001 - Studia Leibnitiana 33 (2):125 - 144.
    This article studies the reception of Christian Wolff's theory of the civitas maxima by Hermann Friedrich Kahrel (1719-1787) and Michael Hanov (1695-1773). According to his previous work mentioned in the article (n. 2), the author considers the concept of civitas maxima as a methodological innovation. It is the normative fiction of a presumed rational consensus of mankind and of the states. As the article tries to show, this concept was misunderstood, not only by the enemies of Wolff but also by (...)
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    Multilateral Dimensions of Republican Thought.Francis Cheneval - 2009 - In Samantha Besson & José Luis Martí (eds.), Legal Republicanism: National and International Perspectives. Oxford University Press.
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    Dante's Monarchia: Aspects of its History of Reception in the 14th Century.Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    Review Of: Georg Cavallar: The Rights of Strangers. Theories of International Hospitality, the Global Community, and Political Justice Since Vitoria. [REVIEW]Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    The Reception of Rousseau’s Political Thought by Zurich’s “Patriots”.Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    Constitutionalizing Multilateral Democratic Integration.Francis Cheneval - unknown
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    Die kosmopolitische Transgressivität der modernen Demokratie.Francis Cheneval - 2003 - In Urs Marti & Georg Kohler (eds.), Konturen der Neuen Weltordnung: Beiträge Zu Einer Theorie der Normativen Prinzipien Internationaler Politik. De Gruyter. pp. 102-119.
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  42. Philosophische Werke. Band 4. Das Gastmahl Iii: Buch Iii.Dante Alighieri, Thomas Ricklin & Francis Cheneval - 1998 - Felix Meiner Verlag.
    Das dritte Buch ist dem Lob der Philosophie gewidmet und beinhaltet eine Glückseligkeitslehre. Im Anschluß an die Erörterungen des Namens und die Bestimmung der wahren Philosophie entwickelt Dante eine Konzeption, wonach die Gott eigene Erkenntnis als Erkenntnis der Dinge in ihm selbst, insofern er deren Ursache ist, ebenfalls als Philosophie zu gelten hat.
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    Philosophische Werke. Band 3. Über Die Beredsamkeit in der Volkssprache.Dante Alighieri, Francis Cheneval, Ruedi Imbach, Irène Rosier-Catach & Tiziana Suarez-Nani - 2007 - Felix Meiner Verlag.
    In dieser Schrift begründet Dante die Priorität der Volks- und Muttersprache vor der lateinischen Gelehrtensprache und fordert eine italienische Hochsprache. Er untermauert seine Ausführungen durch eine anthropologische Erörterung der menschlichen Sprachfähigkeit. Dank einer originellen Interpretation des biblischen Mythos vom Turmbau von Babel legt er eine vernünftig begründete Neubewertung der Vielfalt und der historischen Entwicklung der Sprachen vor.
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  44. Philosophische Werke. Band 4. Das Gastmahl I: Buch I. Einleitung.Dante Alighieri, Thomas Ricklin & Francis Cheneval - 1996 - Felix Meiner Verlag.
    Mit dem "Convivio", dem ersten bedeutenden philosophischen Werk in der italienischen Volkssprache, sprengte Dante Alighieri den verengten Rahmen der bildungselitären scholastischen Universitätsphilosophie. Der bedeutendste Dichter der Mittelalters setzt seine Einführung in die Philosophie als Gastmahl in Szene und macht durch Kommentierung einem nicht-universitären Publikum von Männern und Frauen den wahren philosophischen Gehalt seiner Kanzonen sichtbar. Ursprünglich als Kommentar zu 14 Gedichten angelegt, hat Dante das erste Buch als Einleitung zum gesamten Projekt konzipiert, in den weiteren drei Büchern jedoch nur noch (...)
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  45. Über die projektive Selbstimplikation der Geschichts-philosophie als Hermeneutik politischen Handelns Überlegungen zu Kant.Francis Cheneval - 2001 - Studia Philosophica 60:127-141.
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  46. Bibliographie zu Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1995 - 1997, mit einer kurzen Einführung.Francis Cheneval - 1999 - Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 46 (1/2):263-285.
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  47. Citizenship in Segmented Societies : Lessons for the EU.Francis Cheneval & Mónica Ferrín (eds.) - 2018 - Edward Elgar Publishing.
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  48. "die Philologen Bringen Aber Den Verstand Nicht Weiter." Von Der Notwendigkeit Und Nützlichkeit Des Kant-indexes.Francis Cheneval - 1996 - Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 43 (1/2):171-178.
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  49. Thomas Von aquin: Über die einheit Des geistes - "de unitate intellectus" und über die bewegung Des herzens - "de motu cordis". [REVIEW]Francis Cheneval - 1989 - Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 36:199-204.
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  50. Utrum omnia eveniant de necessitate. Textedition und Studie der gleichnamigen Quaestio von Thaddeus von Parma.Francis Cheneval - 1988 - Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 35:175-199.
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