1 edition of Equal recognition found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JF1061 .P37 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 327 pages|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||2014029320|
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His book challenges familiar positions on both sides of the multiculturalism debate and raises the level of intellectual discussion."—Joseph Carens, University of Toronto "Equal Recognition successfully revitalizes two areas of normative liberal political theory: neutrality and multiculturalism.
It offers the definitive revision and. The book elaborates and applies its core theoretical framework by exploring several important contexts in which minority rights have been considered, including debates about language rights, secession, and immigrant integration. Demonstrating that traditional, nonmulticultural Equal recognition book of liberalism are unsatisfactory, Equal Recognition Cited by: Equal Recognition book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Conflicting claims about culture are a familiar refrain of political lif 4/5(1).
Book Description: Conflicting claims about culture are a familiar refrain of political life in the contemporary world. On one side, majorities seek to fashion the state in their own image, while on the other, cultural minorities press for greater recognition and accommodation.
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The critics Equal recognition book the overall normative strategy of Equal Recognition, its account of neutrality, especially with regards to language rights, its assumptions about democracy and, finally, its relevance to public policy debates.
It will be of interest to political scientists, philosophers, and legal theorists, and will inspire students and. The book elaborates and applies its core theoretical framework by exploring several important contexts in which minority rights have been considered, including debates about language rights, secession, and immigrant integration.
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Conflicting claims about culture are a familiar refrain of political life in the contemporary world. On one side, majori Brand: Princeton University Press.
The right to equal recognition before the law is concerned with legal personality – the ability to bear rights and duties under law, and legal capacity – whether and how one can exercise, claim or defend those rights, and the assumption of legal liability.
Article 12 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)3 is concerned with how legal systems themselves Cited by: 1. EQUAL RECOGNITION: THE MORAL FOUNDATIONS OF MINORITY RIGHTS, by Alan Patten.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. Hardcover $ ISBN: Reviewed by Philip A. Dynia, Department of Political Science, Loyola University New Orleans. Email: [email protected] Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this : Sune Lægaard.
Get this from a library. Equal Recognition: the Moral Foundations of Minority Rights. [Alan Patten] -- "Conflicting claims about culture are a familiar refrain of political life in the contemporary world.
On one side, majorities seek to fashion the state in their own image, while on the other. Equal recognition book written and assiduously researched, Fred Strebeigh’s book puts a human face on the movement toward legal recognition of sex discrimination.
Equal gives us an unprecedented view into the minds of the plaintiffs, lawyers, and judges who brought about a seismic shift in the by: 6.
own distinct cultures. For minorities, these demands for recognition and ac-commodation of their distinctiveness are consonant with liberalism’s concern about tyranny of the majority, its commitment to tolerating difference, and its ideals of equal citizenship.
We can observe these different claims in a variety of contexts. One impor-Cited by: Alan Patten’s Equal Recognition is an elegantly written, morally sensitive, and philosophically ambitious treatise discussing and aiming to solve the problem of justifying cultural rights in a liberal society.
In this book Patten means to justify some cultural rights (such as recognition of minority holidays, some language rights, limited jurisdiction, perhaps the incorporation of some Author: Daniel Attas.
"The subject of cultural diversity raises many tricky issues of justice, which often lead to emotional and confused debate.
Equal Recognition offers a systematic and dispassionate discussion of these issues, combining analytical rigor, philosophical depth, intellectual honesty, and an awareness of the complexity of real-life situations.4/5(1).
Equal Recognition: The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, vii + pages. Paperback, $ Alan Patten’s Equal Recognition is intended to revive debate on the continuously difficult issue of multiculturalism.
In Author: Okori Uneke. Article 12 CRPD: Equal Recognition before the Law. Series L(1), Nilsson A(2). In: Bantekas I, Stein MA, Anastasiou D, editors.
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: A Commentary. Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press; Wellcome Trust–Funded Monographs and Book Chapters. "Bound by Recognition is an important and original contribution to the literature on struggles over recognition.
Markell's thesis is that these struggles should not be oriented towards the definitive mutual recognition of the contending partners, for this ideal is unobtainable and dangerous in by: The recognition of legal capacity in Article 12 lies at the core of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and is key to the full and equal enjoyment of all human Author: Mary Keys.
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(). Equal citizenship, neutrality, and democracy: a reply to critics of Equal Recognition. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy: Vol.
20, Equal Recognition, Minority Rights and Liberal Democracy: Alan Patten and his Critics, pp. Cited by: 2.
In Equal Recognition, Alan Patten reasserts the case in favor of liberal multiculturalism by developing a new ethical defense of minority rights. Patten seeks to restate the case for liberal multiculturalism in a form that is responsive to the major concerns of critics.
In Equal Recognition, Alan Patten reasserts the case in favor of liberal multiculturalism by developing a new ethical defense of minority rights. The book elaborates and applies its core. Preamble. Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.
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At the group level, we have "the politics of equal recognition" (36). Recognition is a "political/problem because (1) part of the meaning of politics is the way power is distributed, which is to say who oppresses whom, and (2) "withholding recognition can be a form of oppression" (36).
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In Equal Recognition, Alan Patten aims at providing a firm philosophical foundation to minority main problem with the usual multiculturalist arguments defending such rights is that they are based on controversial conceptions of culture that are at odds with liberal : Aurélia Bardon.
The goal of this symposium is to discuss Alan Patten’s approach to multiculturalism, as developed in Equal Recognition: The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights (Princeton University Press, ).
This book has been described as “the most important contribution to the philosophy of cultural diversity since Will Kymlicka's Multicultural. (Paperback or Softback).
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Bauböck’s reading of the book goes off the rails when he supposes that my account “subsumes” the interest in recognition as a member of a political. Affirmative redistribution generally presupposes a universalist conception of recognition, the equal moral worth of persons.
Let us call this its “official recognition commitment.” Yet the practice of affirmative redistribution, as iterated over time, tends to set in motion a second — stigmatising — recognition dynamic, which. Book Review: Alan Patten's Equal Recognition.
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Princeton: Princeton University Press, Author: Sune Lægaard.Equal recognition is presented as an alternative that intends to disrupt this "cozy alliance" (p. ). Delivered from the grips of minority nationalism, the proposed alternative builds the justification of minority rights more assertively than does liberal culturalism on ideals of philosophical liberalism, such as state neutrality, individual.Alan Patten’s Equal Recognition is the most significant systematic attempt at deriving a theory of minority rights from the basic tenets of liberalism since Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship was published over twenty years ago.
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