Revue française de science politique 64-1, février 2014

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Table of Contents: The political career of Dopamine - The europeanization of employment policies - The erosion of the Algerian tabous - Kants' cosmopolitan right, a reassessment. Read More

Nicolas Fortané
THE POLITICAL CAREER OF DOPAMINE
CIRCULATION AND APPROPRIATION OF A SCHOLAR REFERENCE IN THE FIELD OF DRUG POLICIES

By analyzing the career of a scholar reference in political and administrative fields, this paper aims at explaining the processes that enable the use of an "idea" for political purpose. It thus appears necessary to study the circulation and appropriation dynamics that make a scientific concept available to political and/or administrative actors, and to understand how it can be referenced to a political issue, an advocacy or a public policy. This case-study shows how dopamine (conceived as the neurotransmitter of addictions) contributed to an important shift in French drug policies at the end of the last century.

Mehdi Arrignon
THE EUROPEANIZATION OF EMPLOYMENT POLICIES.
INSTRUMENTS AND IMPACTS

Two main criticisms are usually addressed against European studies in the field of employment policies: 1/ "Europeanization" would be an old and odd concept in the field of employment policies; 2/ Because of the weakness of European instruments, the EU wouldn't limit the polarization between Welfare regimes. The results of a recent PhD Thesis about “Activation” of social policies in France, Spain and the Netherlands show that we can nuance and discuss these recurring arguments. Policy instruments and policy principles have converged since the launch of the European Employment Strategy in 1997. European procedures of harmonisation were an independent variable of social changes in France, Spain and the Netherlands.

Grégory Daho
THE EROSION OF THE ALGERIAN TABOUS
AN ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATION OF THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS IN FRANCE

The thesis of adaptation, dominant in academic and strategic circles, explains the transformation of military organizations only from the changes of the international environment since the end of the Cold War, maintaining a deterministic, functionalist and disembodied vision of change. Through the observation of the genesis of the civil military activities in France between 1992 and 2005, we raise an alternative track paying particular attention to the evolution of social interactions between officers. It is primarily the erosion of the taboos systems inherited from the war in Algeria, which contributes to the current transformation of the military actors and organizations.

Martin Deleixhe
KANT'S COSMOPOLITAN RIGHT, A REASSESSMENT
THE EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP BETWEEN THE RIGHT OF VISIT AND THE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE

In his Perpetual Peace Project, Kant keeps stumbling upon the same theoretical issue: what legal architecture could maintain political communities under a same authority without depriving them from their sovereignty? The answer to that question is to be found in a rather surprising place : in Kant's defence of a limited right to immigration. Kant's cosmopolitan right to hospitality is divided between an unconditional right to sojourn and the privilege of the residence. I will argue that the institutionalization of cosmopolitanism ultimately rests on a transnational communication made possible by the migrations flows and therefore requires a progressive blurring of this distinction between sojourn and residence. This paves the way to the reinterpretation of Kant's right to hospitality as the right for migrants to have access to an integration process.


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Presses de Sciences Po
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Volume 64
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Revue française de science politique
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11 March 2014
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Contents


ARTICLES

La carrière politique de la dopamine
Circulation et appropriation d'une référence savante dans l’espace des drug policies
Nicolas Fortané

Quand l’Europe s’active
Effets et instruments de l’européanisation dans le secteur de l’emploi
Mehdi Arrignon

L’érosion des tabous algériens
Une autre explication de la transformation des organisations militaires en France
Grégory Daho

Une réévaluation du droit cosmopolitique kantien
La citoyenneté européenne comme transition du droit de visite vers le droit de résidence
Martin Deleixhe

CHRONIQUE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE : THÉORIE POLITIQUE
La théorie politique retrouvée
Marie Garrau, Charles Girard, Christopher Hamel

LECTURES CRITIQUES
Luttes de droits et émancipation démocratique
Justine Lacroix

Quoi de neuf dans le néolibéralisme ?
Arnault Skornicki

Concilier la liberté et le pluralisme. Actualité de la pensée d’Isaiah Berlin
Marie Garrau

Philosophie, politique et sciences sociales
Claude Gautier

Axel Honneth ou l’inlassable travail de suture
Estelle Ferrarese

Les fondements de la démocratie républicaine
Christopher Hamel

Qui le droit peut-il faire taire ? La liberté d’expression et l’incitation à la haine
Charles Girard

COMPTES RENDUS
Nenad Stojanovic, Dialogue sur les quotas. Penser la représentation dans une démocratie multiculturelle
Daniel Sabbagh

Ann Laura Stoler, Frederick Cooper, Repenser le colonialisme
Emmanuelle Saada

Magali Bessone, Sans distinction de race ? Une analyse critique du concept de race et de ses effets pratiques
Sarah Mazouz

Vincent Descombes, Les embarras de l’identité
Francesco Callegaro

Hans Joas, Wolgang Knöbl, War in Social Thought. Hobbes to the Present
Julie Saada

David Armitage, Foundations of Modern International Thought
Jean-Vincent Holeindre

Mathias Risse, Global Political Philosophy
Marie Duru-Bellat

Joseph Carens, The Ethics of Immigration
Pierre-Étienne Vandamme

Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, Le droit d’émigrer
Speranta Dumitru

Alan Ryan, The Making of Modern Liberalism
Philippe Raynaud

Jean-Louis Fournel, Jacques Guilhaumou, Jean-Pierre Potier (dir.), Libertés et libéralismes.
Formation et circulation des concepts

Alexandre Escudier

Raymond Aron, Liberté et égalité. Cours au Collège de France
Gwendal Châton

Ruwen Ogien, L’État nous rend-il meilleurs ? Essai sur la liberté politique
Nicolas Tavaglione

Aurélien Berlan, La fabrique des derniers hommes. Retour sur le présent avec Tönnies, Simmel et Weber
Florence Hulak

Katia Genel, Autorité et émancipation. Horkheimer et la Théorie critique
Louis Carré

Niklas Luhmann, La réalité des médias de masse
Isabelle Aubert

Michel Foucault, Du gouvernement des vivants. Cours au Collège de France. 1979-1980
Audric Vitiello

Jacques Rancière, La méthode de l’égalité
Samuel Hayat

John Locke, Que faire des pauvres ?
Éric Fabri

Thomas Paine, Le sens commun
Marie-Hélène Wirth

Mark Blyth, Austerity. The History of a Dangerous Idea
Éric Monnet

Colin Crouch, Post-démocratie
Mathilde Unger

Timothy Mitchell, Carbon democracy. Le pouvoir politique à l’ère du pétrole
Fabrice Flipo

Jean-Marie Donegani, Marc Sadoun, Critiques de la démocratie
Thierry Ménissier

Hélène Landemore, Democratic Reason. Politics, Collective Intelligence, and the Rule of the Many
Juliette Roussin

John Parkinson, Jane Mansbridge (eds), Deliberative Systems. Deliberative Democracy at the Large Scale
Loïc Blondiaux

INFORMATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES
Anthony Downs, Une théorie économique de la démocratie – Tarik Tazdaït, Rabia Nessah, Le paradoxe du vote – Hélène Landemore, Jon Elster (eds), Collective Wisdom. Principles and Mechanisms – Edwige Kacenelenbogen, Le nouvel idéal politique. Enquête sur la pertinence des théories actuelles de la démocratie – Joan C. Tronto, Caring Democracy. Markets, Equality, and Justice – Emmanuelle Danblon, L’Homme rhétorique. Culture, raison, action – Cécile Fabre, Cosmopolitan War