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Notes from the French Face-Veiling 11 A. The full veil is interpreted as the voluntarily, believed to negate?

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By looking for the answer to this ultimate symbol of this threat, and the legislation against it as an question in the recurrent claim that there is something special about attempt to impose modernity and Enlightenment among Muslim im- the face, this paper seeks to contribute to our understanding of how migrants cf. Fekete ; Mavelli ; Mookherje Baehr, and Gordon ; Daly , ; Laborde On the My argument unfolds as follows.

Rather than a room in which one is left alone to maneuver, the veil as trying to promote a republican ethos of national unity. The liberty is conceived as a status, the status of the full citizen who gov- subsequent section presents an alternative theoretical framework: The goal, as Jean-Jacques repression in the name of liberty already according to Isaiah Berlin.

Rousseau held, is to be governed not by our private concerns, but by The fourth section goes on to apply this new theoretical lens to the the common will, which is the same for us all independently of our discussion of the uncovered human face in the Gerin Report.

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  7. This cultural or ethnic background Rousseau Contrary On this second reading of the ban on full veils, the French pro- to what previous research assumes, I propose there that the commis- sioners insisted on the uncovered face not for the sake of our citizenly 12 F. Martha Nussbaum sees anti-veiling de- bates as a signal of an augmenting fear-based religious intolerance not only in Europe, II Banning the Veil for the Sake of a Republican Ethos?

    This interpretation takes two major pp. The Hijab Controversy and Political Philoso- French burqa ban as an extreme example of a broader trend that is phy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Rousseau, On the Social Contract, Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, which sees the ability to separate between public and private commit- Baehr and Gordon This, I have Although these two lines of interpretation of the ban on full veils argued, is a neglected type of positive liberty, which nevertheless war- in France of course contain several internal differences, both never- rants more attention.

    Indeed, Isaiah Berlin initially expected this Ro- theless interpret the opponents of veiling as siding with national co- mantic version of positive liberty, rather than its now more infamous hesion and unity, and against what they took to be the divisive forces Enlightenment counterpart, to invite tyranny in the name of liberty — of individual uniqueness, and immodest self-expression. The defen- not always by logical steps, but through certain empirically deep- ders of the veil ban, we are told, were trying to promote universalism rooted tendencies of the human psyche.

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    The conflict hence is perceived as The present paper will follow up on this suggestion by applying this standing between the commitment to unity, universalism, and even novel framework of Romantic liberty beyond the single case of Bidar conformism among those who defended veil bans, and the individu- and instead looking at the entire section of the Gerin Report, in which alism, particularism and difference that they took the veil to repre- it is argued that it is essential that we show ourselves, especially our sent.

    First, however, let us establish what is meant more The point of departure for this paper, however, is that while these precisely by the Romantic ideal of liberty as self-expression. This, I have recently shown, was for example the case for to communitarian ideas cf. Some readers might philosopher and Islamicist Abdennour Bidar, whose hearing was un- therefore find it puzzling that the Romantic ideals of liberty and doubtedly one of the most influential ones for the Gerin Commission self-expression would apply to individuals, and not only to commu- Gustavsson b: Reconstructing a tics, Vol.

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    Taylor, The Ethics of Authenticity, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, However, as Isaiah Berlin and several others after tian contemplative philosopher, and that of the rational consumer in him have shown, there was in fact an intensely individualistic strain the market place two Enlightenment ideals which are of course in in early Romantic thought, especially among the Jena Romantics at deep tension with one another with a quite different role model: It was indeed in this milieu, among thinkers such as it is an illusion to believe that there is any given state of affairs to Friedrich Schleiermacher, Friedrich Schlegel, and Wilhelm von Hum- which our will must succumb cf.

    Humboldt ; Schlegel ; boldt, that the ideal of self-expressive individuality was born, a notion Schleiermacher As Saba Mahmood in fact notes in passing that was later to become a fundamental building block in the liberal- when discussing veiling in the Egyptian context, it is also this Ro- ism of John Stuart Mill and Ralph W. Emerson Zakaras While Mahmood goes on laws of nature.

    My goal in this paper is not to analyze the Romantic ideal their emphasis on the expression and power of the untrammeled will, itself, but rather to see whether it can help us understand the French rather than on reason and self-restraint. As Berlin puts it, they in- debate on veiling.

    In this view, the source of our dignity as human liberty, concerned mainly with the area in which I am unrestrained by beings lies not so much in our potential to rise above ourselves and others in asserting my own will. Berlin makes very clear, however, follow the universal laws of reason; rather, it stems from our potential that this ideal belongs to the camp of positive liberty no less than the to be creators, to rise above nature and convention and to impose our rationalistic version of freedom as rational self-rule, for both define own specific will on reality.

    On this Romantic understanding, to be liberty not as the mere absence of impediments but an end state, the free is to engage in self-expression: The main enemies of on a division of the self: For this Romantic notion of freedom, the self, which are seen as false and corrupted. Falling in love is as a lot a call because it is intuition, and even though it could appear like a present, occasionally, it's a present larger left unopened.

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