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Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange
by Axel Honneth, Nancy Fraser (editors)
Nov. 15, 2017 - Nov. 17, 2017

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Honneth, A. and Fraser, N. (2004). Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange. Verso.


Verso, 2004. 276 pages.

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p.218
fiat »
(noun) an authoritative command or order to do ...
p.200
congeries »
(noun, singular) a disorderly collection; a jumble
p.180
teleological »
the philosophical attempt to describe things in...
p.77
reifying »
make (something abstract) more concrete or real
p.59
Émile Durkheim »
a French sociologist (1858-1917) who formally e...
p.120
a shift from divisible to indivisible
[...] Albert Hirschman also basically assumes t...
p.82
nonreformist reforms
[...] nonreformist reforms seek to spark transf...
p.78
UBI as potentially transformative
[...] grants would guarantee a minimum standard...
p.74
affirmation and transformation
The distinction between affirmation and transfo...
p.58
markets and status distinctions
[...] markets do not simply dissolve status dis...

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Introduction: Redistribution or Recognition?

both reject the idea that recognition is "a mere epiphenomenon of distribution" (p2)

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Introduction: Redistribution or Recognition?

both reject the idea that recognition is "a mere epiphenomenon of distribution" (p2)

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Social Justice in the Age of Identity Politics: Redistribution, Recognition, and Participation

her big thing is the idea of participatory parity, which requires two conditions: the objective condition (based on distribution of material resources) and the intersubjective condition (based on institutionalised value patterns)

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Social Justice in the Age of Identity Politics: Redistribution, Recognition, and Participation

her big thing is the idea of participatory parity, which requires two conditions: the objective condition (based on distribution of material resources) and the intersubjective condition (based on institutionalised value patterns)

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