Social Freedom in a Multicultural State: Towards a Theory of Intercultural Justice

Hardcover | November 3, 2010

byG. Nathan

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The politics of multiculturalism faces challenges in Western democratic states. Arguing that this setback is based on the notion of culture as separate and distinct, this book explores how to face current challenges to multiculturalism without reifying culture, group and identity.

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The politics of multiculturalism faces challenges in Western democratic states. Arguing that this setback is based on the notion of culture as separate and distinct, this book explores how to face current challenges to multiculturalism without reifying culture, group and identity.

GANESH NATHAN lectures in Business and Politics at the University of Applied Sciences, Northwestern Switzerland and private business schools in Lausanne and Zurich. His current research interests include responsible governance and leadership.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:294 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:November 3, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230278515

ISBN - 13:9780230278516

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART I
A Critique of Liberal Multiculturalism.
A Model of Culture within the Paradigm of Anti-essentialism
PART II
The Normative Context of Well-being
Limitations to Social Participation
Social Freedom and Justice
Social Recognition and Non-domination
Morality and Responsibility
PART III
Liberalism and Communitarianism
Modern Civic Republicanism
Conclusion
References