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    Testing for Linguistic Injustice: Territoriality and Pluralism.Helder7 De Schutter - 2014 - Nationalities Papers 42 (6):1034-1052.
    © 2014, © 2014 Association for the Study of Nationalities. This article develops a linguistic injustice test. Language policy measures passing the test conflict with the normative ideal of equal language recognition. The first part of the test checks for external restrictions – language policies that grant more recognition to one language group than to another. The second part of the test checks for internal restrictions – language policies that grant more recognition to some members of a language group than (...)
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    Nations Beyond Nationalism.Helder7 De Schutter - 2007 - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 50 (4):378 – 394.
    Is the project of liberal democracy dissociable from nationality? In this paper I outline and defend the main components of a recent and emerging answer to this question, which I term the "national pluralism" approach. I distinguish national pluralism from both national neutrality and liberal nationalism. In contrast to national neutrality, national pluralism holds that there is an important link between liberal democracy and nationality. In contrast to liberal nationalism, it pleads for pluralistic ways of accommodating multiple national identities within (...)
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    Liberalni Lingvistični Obrat: Pregled Kymlickovega Argumenta Svobode.Helder7 De Schutter - 2016 - Dve Domovini 2016 (44):51 - 65.
    © ZRC SAZU, Inštitut za slovensko izseljenstvo in migracije. This article revisits the principal argument Will Kymlicka has developed for a marriage between liberalism and multiculturalism: that the liberal value of freedom requires a cultural context of choice. I show that this freedom argument rests on a romantic philosophy of language. Critics of this freedom argument have pointed out that it is not necessarily an individual’s own culture that provides freedom: any culture could do so. I articulate a romantic-Kymlickean response (...)
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