Politics, Philosophy and Economics 20 (2):180-201 (2021)

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Dorothea Gädeke
Utrecht University
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Who is responsible for fighting domination? Answering this question, I argue, requires taking the structural dimension of domination seriously to avoid unwillingly reproducing domination in the nam...
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