Radical democracy and an abolitionist concept of justice. A critique of Habermas' theory of justice
Critical Horizons 6 (1):137-152 (2005)
|Abstract||This paper asks whether or not normative political philosophy can face the challenge of the critique of the political. This question is addressed to theories of justice in general, but this paper considers Habermas' position in particular. It advances the thesis that the main theoretical and political problem of theories of justice is that they have not really taken the abolitionist dimension of the concept of justice into account. As a consequence, they run the risk of reproducing in themselves the political abstraction that they should criticise.|
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