Rationalism and the silencing and distorting of Indigenous voices

Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 24 (7):1024-1047 (2021)
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The politics of reconciliation, in Canada, finds its origin in judgements of the Supreme Court affirming the objective of reconciling the sui generis authority and continued distinct existence of I...

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