The Plural States of Recognition. Citizenship and Identity

Michel Seymour

Michel Seymour (ed.)

Résumé

Multiculturalism has been for years an issue of concern. But in recent years, it has also been at the forefront of political debates. Various types of multiculturalist policies have been proposed and criticised. Should persons, cultural groups and peoples be recognized in their various cultural practices, including religion and ethnic identity?

Table of Content
Introduction
– M. Seymour : art7]
Aristotle and Hegel on Recognition and Friendship
-R.R Williams
Hegel, Taylor and the Phenomenology of Broken Spirits
– R. Bhargava
Respect as Recognition: Some Political Implications
– A.E. Galeotti
Esteem for Contributions to the Commun Good : The Role of Personifying and Instrumental Value
-H. Ikheimo &-A. Laitinen
Models of Democracy and the Politics of Reocognition: Respect for Reasonable Cultural
Diversity as a Principle of Political Morality
– S. Thompson
Difference, Multi and Equality
– J. Maclure
Political Liberalism and the Recognition of Peoples
– T. Modood
Political Liberalism and the Recognition of Peoples
– M. Seymour: art7] Muticultural Manners
– J. T. Levy: art89] The Public Assessment of Indigenous Identity
– A. Eisenberg
Conclusion
– M. Seymour: art7]

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