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Recognition and Redistribution
August 14, 2008
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
Her latest work, Escalas de Justicia, published in Spanish last autumn, presents the three dimensions of her theory of justice: redistribution in the economic sphere, recognition in the socio-cultural sphere and representation in the political sphere. The emphasis on the latter dimension constitutes the novelty of this work, in which she also. Does the increasing politicization of ethnic and racial diversity of Western societies threaten to undermine the welfare state? This volume is the first systematic attempt to explore this linkage between the politics of recognition and the politics of redistribution.
For instance, Nancy Fraser's conception of gender justice incorporates claims for both socioeconomic redistribution and cultural recognition to remedy the problems of gender-based 'maldistribution. The redistribution–recognition dilemma is real. There is no neat theoretical move by which it can be wholly dissolved or resolved. The best we can do is try to soften the dilemma by finding approaches that minimize conflicts between redistribution and recognition in cases where both must be .
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The book "Redistribution or Recognition?" is a work of political philosophy. It contains an introduction and four essays, two by Nancy Fraser and two by Axel Honneth.
Both Fraser and Honneth agree that recognition should not be regarded as a species of by: Recognition has become a veritable keyword Recognition and Redistribution book our time, but its relation to redistribution remains undertheorized.
This volume remedies the lacuna by staging a sustained debate between two philosophers, one North American, the other European, who /5. The book "Redistribution or Recognition?" is a work of political philosophy.
It contains an introduction and four essays, two by Nancy Fraser and two by Axel Honneth. Both Fraser and Honneth agree that recognition should not be regarded as a species of redistribution/5(5).
Recognition and Redistribution book. Beyond International Development. Recognition and Redistribution. DOI link for Recognition and Redistribution.
Recognition and Redistribution book. Beyond International Development. Edited By Heloise Weber, Mark T. Berger. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: This article engages in discussion on the concepts of recognition and redistribution in contemporary politic theory.
It discusses the debate on the problem of identity-based injustice and the problem of economic injustice and charts the surprisingly diverse range of uses of the term recognition Cited by: Redistribution and recognition This section illustrates the impact of maldistribution and misrecognition on learning lives over the medium-term.
It draws on interviews with family literacy learners, all women, that participated in three different projects in : Lyn Tett. In this important new book Ruth Fincher and Kurt Iveson identify three distinct working principles of planning for diversity: redistribution, recognition and encounter.
Each principle is. Honneth, Axel () ‘Redistribution as Recognition: A Response to Nancy Fraser’ and ‘The Point of Recognition: A Rejoinder to the Rejoinder’, in Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, Redistribution or Recognition. A Political-Philosophical Exchange, trans.
Joel Golb, James Ingram and Christiane by: “redistribution” the exploited class which seeks a more just distribution of wealth; as the classic case of recognition,” the despised sexuality which “ demands an end to denigration and/or just recognition of their peculiar Size: 93KB.
In the first section, I conceptualise redistribution and recognition as two analytically distinct paradigms of justice, and I formulate “the redistribution-recognition dilemma.” In the second, I distinguish three ideal-typical modes of social collectivity in order to identify those vulnerable to the dilemma.
This edited volume brings together many of the world’s leading theorists of multinational justice in order to analyse two of the most frequent areas of debate and dispute in multinational federations: recognition and : Jean-François Grégoire, Michael Jewkes.
redistribution and recognition analytically, and by exposing their distinctive logics, I aim to clarify—and begin to resolve—some of the central political dilemmas of our age. My discussion proceeds in four parts.
In section one, I conceptualize redistribution and recognition as two analytically distinct paradigms of. Axel Honneth conceives recognition as the fundamental, over-arching moral category, potentially encompassing redistribution, while Nancy Fraser argues that the two categories are both fundamental and mutually irreducible.3/5(1).
In their ‘political-philosophical exchange’ (as the subtitle of the book reads), Fraser and Honneth propose different answers to the question of how redistribution and recognition ought to be related. Both agree that an adequate understanding of social justice must encompass both, and that recognition is not superfluous.
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In N. Fraser & A. Honneth (Eds.), Redistribution or recognition: A political-philosophical exchange (pp. 7–). About Redistribution or Recognition. “Recognition” has become a veritable keyword of our time, but its relation to “redistribution” remains undertheorized.
This volume remedies the lacuna by staging a sustained debate between two philosophers, one North American, the other European, who hold different views of the matter. “Recognition” has become a veritable keyword of our time, but its relation to “redistribution” remains undertheorized.
This volume remedies the lacuna by staging a sustained debate between two philosophers, one North American, the other European, who. (). From redistribution to recognition to representation: social injustice and the changing politics of education.
Globalisation, Societies and Education: Vol. 10, The Europeanisation of Education Policies, pp. Cited by: PS: Many people know your books Unruly Practices () and Justice Interruptus (a). In this last book you wrote a famous essay on the notions of redistribution and recognition.
Recently, your ongoing conversation with Axel Honneth has resulted in a book entitled Redistribution or Recognition. A Political-Philosophical Exchange (). Based on a study of 12 schools over a two-year period, this book explores issues of equality and power both in the classroom and in the staffroom.In framing the project as whole through the concepts of recognition and redistribution, this is a genuine effort to ‘rethink development’.
It is timely in an era of global politics and globalisation wherein both issues of identity and struggles over development challenge us to re-rethink disciplinary boundaries.This book explores the relation between two key paradigms in the contemporary discourse on justice.
Partly inspired by the debate between Nancy Fraser and Axel Honneth, it investigates whether the two paradigms, redistribution and recognition, are complementary, mutually exclusive, insufficient or e.