Is "cultural recognition" a useful concept for leftist politics?
Critical Horizons 1 (1):7-20 (2000)
|Abstract||It is not clear that "cultural recognition" should be a central goal of leftist politics. The idea that cultures have value simply by virtue of being cultures seems absurd, so it might be better to talk simply about eliminating prejudice and stigmatisation.|
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