Political Solidarity and the More-Than-Human World

Ethics and the Environment 18 (2):81-99 (2013)

In Political Solidarity, I argue that political solidarity is a relation between humans against an injustice that is human in origin. I further argue that political solidarity requires a decision-making model that acknowledges differences in social and epistemological privilege while also seeking to understand the situation of oppression or injustice and acknowledging “multiple, overlapping, and at times contradictory knowledge claims.” However, because of unequal commitments to solidaristic aims and because of a variety of methods for enacting solidaristic commitments, I argue that political solidarity is not necessarily democratic in its decision-making.In this paper I ask whether these arguments stand up ..
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DOI 10.2979/ethicsenviro.18.2.81
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