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Miguel Vatter

In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 29: Neoliberalism and Republicanism: Economic Rule of Law and Law as Concrete Order (Nomos)

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Neoliberalism and Republicanism: Economic Rule of Law and Law as Concrete Order (Nomos)
Neoliberalism and Republicanism: Economic Rule of Law and Law as Concrete Order (Nomos)
Miguel Vatter
Introduction

The ‘republican revival’ and the rise of ‘neoliberalism’ are probably the two most important innovations in political theory of the last few decades. Surprisingly, these two discourses are rarely addressed together in the literature. Although there are quick mentions of Hayek, ‘neoliberalism’ does not appear in the indices of Pettit's two main treatises on republicanism (Pettit, 1997, 2012). Recent collections on neoliberalism and Hayek hardly mention republicanism (Dyzenhaus and Poole, 2015; Mirowski and Plehwe, 2009). This absence of mutual consideration or reflection is all the more curious given that both Hayek and Arendt ...

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