Social freedom as ideology

Philosophy and Social Criticism 45 (7):795-818 (2018)
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This article explores objections made against ideal theorizing in political philosophy by two prominent contemporary critical theorists: Axel Honneth and Charles Mills. In Freedom’s Right, Honneth...



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