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  1. Ray Bhaskar (forthcoming). The Philosophy of Meta-Reality. Part I: Identity, Spirituality, System. Journal of Critical Realism.
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    Roy Bhaskar & Matthew Wilkinson (forthcoming). The Absent Curriculum. Journal of Critical Realism.
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    Elmar Flatschart (forthcoming). Critical Realist Critical Discourse Analysis: A Necessary Alternative to Post-Marxist Discourse Theory. Journal of Critical Realism.
    This article discusses the metatheoretical foundations of a critical realist approach to critical discourse analysis and counterposes them to insufficiently realist tendencies in Norman Fairclough's critical discourse analysis, on the one hand, and anti-realist post-Marxist discourse theory on the other. The first section argues that Fairclough's approach is progressive in many ways, but lacks metatheoretical rigour with respect to important demarcation problems. These mainly concern CDA's understanding of discourse as mediating entity, its underlying dialectical-relational approach and overarching concept of social (...)
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  4. M. Hartwig & R. Sharp (forthcoming). The Realist Third Way. Journal of Critical Realism.
     
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    Jamie Morgan (forthcoming). Necessary and Sufficient in Different Domains of Argument: McWherter on Bhaskar on Kant. Journal of Critical Realism.
    In the following essay I set out the substantive content of Dustin McWherter's recent book The Problem of Critical Ontology, and I then consider the significance of this work as a form of constructive critique of Bhaskar in relation to Kant. This allows us to then make some general comments on the way constructive critique can be read in different ways, indicating different forms of ultimately reconcilable necessity and sufficiency in different domains of argument. In so doing, I also consider (...)
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    David Pilgrim (forthcoming). The Perils of Strong Social Constructionism: The Case of Child Sexual Abuse. Journal of Critical Realism.
    This article tests the adequacy of social constructionism from a critical realist standpoint by examining a single social problem in some detail: child sexual abuse. A continuum of positions in the research literature is explored, ranging from strong social constructionism and its justificatory emphasis deriving from social and historical relativism to a position that, while accepting ‘weak constructionism’, prioritizes the real abiding features of sexual violence against children and the proven harm it creates in any social context. That critical examination (...)
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