Model for Europe - a way towards a personal group society
Historical development, Philosophy, State, Economy, Society
Year of Publication: 1990
Frankfurt/M., Bern, New York, Paris, 1990. 564 pp.
ISBN 978-3-631-41750-8 pb. (Softcover)
Weight: 0.720 kg, 1.587 lbs
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Integral Federalism embraces all the national-political, politico-economic and socio-political ideas which originated in Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's (1809-1865) critical concept of society. In the early 20th century these ideas were developed further, influenced by the personalistic concept in particular of Arnaud Dandieu (1897-1933) and Robert Aron (1898-1975), and philosophically consolidated by a specific epistemology and praxeology, elaborated mainly by Alexandre Marc (born 1904).
Integral Federalism comprises organisational structural principles orientated towards the aim of man's personal self-realisation. Based on these principles the integral federalists planned new institutions which offer citizens the greatest possible degree of participation and joint responsibility in all spheres of life. A problem-orientated distribution of competences and resources produces an extensive apportioning of political power among many different groups in the state and in the economic and social field from the local up to the European level.
Contents: Origins and development of Integral Federalism - philosophical bases- the national-political concept - economy and society: the model of Integral Federalism.
Democracy, Ecology, Federalism. Serial publication of the International Association for Politics, Peace- and Environmental Research, Inc.
Edited by Lutz and Regine Roemheld