Emancipating Cultural Pluralism

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SUNY Press, 27 feb. 2003 - 282 páginas
Combining detailed case studies with discussions of deeper theoretical controversies, Emancipating Cultural Pluralism investigates both the benign and harmful aspects of identity politics. This provocative collection delves into some of the most difficult issues of cultural pluralism, such as what accounts for the immense power of identity politics, whether identity politics can be inherently good or evil, whether states are the right institutions to deal with ethnic conflict, the prevention of genocide, the value of devolving power to the local level, and more. The contributions are united by the conviction that more attention needs to be paid to the normative issues associated with various expressions of cultural pluralism, for the ethical implications of the phenomena are too profound to be ignored.
 

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A Propaedeutic to the Theorizing
25
The Structural Generation
37
Taking Group Harms Seriously
55
Anthropology Criminology
81
SelfGovernment in the Darjeeling Hills of India
181
Politics of State Creation and Ethnic Relations
195
Ethnicity and Constitutionalism in Ethiopia
221
Interrogating the Emancipation
239
Contributors
259
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Cris E. Toffolo is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of St. Thomas.

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