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Stephanie Julia Kapusta
Dalhousie University
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Haslanger presents social meanings as cultural tools for social coordination. One of their main features is ‘naturalness’ of use in cognition and practice. Some cultural tools undergird unjust soci...
Keywords Social Philosophy  Ideology critique  Epistemic Injustice
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DOI 10.1080/24740500.2019.1705257
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