عنوان مقاله [English]
This paper is aimed to show the possibility and necessity of New City-state Orientation as a new form of democracy; a new form of democracy in which city and citizenship in the light of deterritorialization and communitarianist pluralism attain a mental and cultural form instead of a bodily-civilizational form. In this paper New City-state Orientation is defined as follows: passing along the concepts of insiders and outsiders, passing along the hierarchical and vertical world to the horizontal world, non-territorialness, mental-culturalness, modification of liberalism because of its extreme individualism with the help of the communitarianist view, emphasis on the concept of “authenticity” or “valuability of difference” beyond the concept of “dignity”, the wane of the big concepts like society and the birth and proliferation of community instead of that. New City-state Orientation, in the communitarianist context and with the view of globalization, while acknowledging the legitimacy of subcultures and local and traditional cultures has taken a non-physical and non-bodily look at the category of city and citizenship.The question of the paper is how we can come to a mutual understanding between responsible citizenship and human rights today. The hypothesis of the question is that in the light of deterritorialization of city and the citizenship we can come to such a mutual understanding.The theoretical framework of the paper is the “the body without organs theory” of Gilles Deleuze and its methodology is analytical-descriptive with the use of library data.