Arguing Against Civil Society

Tuesday, 10 April, 2007 - 12:47

In his article published in The Guardian, Jeremy Seabrook opposes the accepted argument that advocates for the establishment of a vibrant civil society as a prerequisite for development.

In his article published in The Guardian, Jeremy Seabrook opposes the accepted argument that advocates for the establishment of a vibrant civil society as a prerequisite for development. He makes the point that the expansion of a civil society creates an agreeable impression of diversity and democratic pluralism; but is designed to ensure that nothing challenges the destructive system of which civil society is both ornament and agent of control.

To read his article, click here.  

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