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  Volume 22, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

The Summer Institute of Civic Studies

The Summer Institute of Civic Studies: An Introduction

pp. 117-121
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Civic Studies: Fundamental Questions, Interdisciplinary Methods

pp. 122-136
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What Should You and I Do?: Lessons for Civic Studies from Deliberative Politics in the New Deal

pp. 137-150
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Living Well Together: Citizenship, Education, and Moral Formation

pp. 151-161
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Civic Studies: Bringing Theory to Practice

pp. 162-171
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The Civic Institute Relocated: Designing a Syllabus for Undergraduate Students at a Public University

pp. 172-186
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Deliberation and Civic Studies

pp. 187-200
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The Contemporary Relevance of Aristotelian Political Theory

Political Animals Revisited

pp. 201-214
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Boundaries, Birthright, and Belonging: Aristotle on the Distribution of Citizenship

pp. 215-235
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Uselessness: A Panegyric

pp. 236-246
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Aristotelian Necessities

pp. 247-263
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Closing

The Good Society: A Retrospective

pp. 264-268
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Research Areas

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