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      Liberdade e lei no neo-republicanismo de Skinner e Pettit Translated title: Liberty and law in Skinner and Pettit's neo-republicanism

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          O artigo objetiva analisar as intervenções de Quentin Skinner e de Philip Pettit nas disputas atuais sobre o significado do conceito de liberdade. Argumenta-se que, malgrado diferenças de método e estilo entre os autores, ambos convergem para a defesa de um ideal republicano de "liberdade como ausência de dominação", que não se reduz ao ideal de autogoverno de cidadãos ativos (liberdade positiva), nem ao ideal de simples ausência de coerção sobre os agentes (liberdade negativa). Embora a liberdade republicana à la Skinner e Pettit caracterize-se também pela ausência de interferência, ela se diferencia da visão liberal dominante ao repudiar somente as formas arbitrárias de interferência - fenômenos da dependência e da dominação - que corrompemas relações entre concidadãos, bem como as relações entre cidadãos e Estado. Formas não-arbitrárias de interferência podem ser benéficas à - ou mesmo constitutivas da - liberdade.

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          The article aims to analyze the interventions of Quentin Skinner and Philip Pettit in the current disputes on the meaning of the concept of liberty. It argues that despite differences of method and style between the authors, both Skinner and Pettit converge to the advocacy of a republican ideal of "freedom as the absence of domination" which is neither reduced to the ideal of self-government of active citizens (positive liberty), nor to the ideal of simple absence of coercion on agents (negative liberty). Although the republican liberty à la Skinner and Pettit is also characterized by the absence of interference, it differentiates itself from the dominant liberal view in that it repudiates only the arbitrary forms of interference - phenomena of dependence and domination - which corrupt the relations amongst citizens as well as the relations between the citizens and the state. Non-arbitrary forms of interference may be beneficial to - or even constitutive of - liberty.

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                Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política
                Lua Nova
                CEDEC (São Paulo )
                1807-0175
                2008
                : 0
                : 74
                : 151-194
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Brazil
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                S0102-64452008000200007
                10.1590/S0102-64452008000200007
                0e39053d-5909-4589-a0c1-e49d79024057

                http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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                CULTURAL STUDIES

                Cultural studies
                Republicanism,Liberty,Law,Quentin Skinner,Philip Pettit,Republicanismo,Liberdade,Lei
                Cultural studies
                Republicanism, Liberty, Law, Quentin Skinner, Philip Pettit, Republicanismo, Liberdade, Lei

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