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Phillip Becher, Katrin Becker, Kevin Rösch, and Laura Seelig

philosophy of society and economy” and served as an extra-economic framework to deter democratic demands (ibid.: 171). In particular, Slobodian surveys a range of racisms across Röpke's works, from “crude statements” of evolutionary or biological racism to a

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Neoliberalism, the Left and the Rise of the Far Right

On the Political and Ideological Implications of Capitalism's Subordination of Democracy

Costas Panayotakis

ways that the rise of unemployment during capitalist crises fuels working-class racism and the conservative effect that neoliberal restructuring has had on male white workers reeling from decades of deindustrialization and stagnant wages ( Amott and

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Jean-Paul Gagnon, Hans Asenbaum, Dannica Fleuss, Sonia Bussu, Petra Guasti, Rikki Dean, Pierrick Chalaye, Nardine Alnemr, Friedel Marquardt, and Alexander Weiss

democratic theory to call out racism in contemporary liberal structures. There is significance in this as it challenges racial power and pushes for the further emancipation of peoples of color in liberal democracies. There is, too, the contribution of

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Democracies in the Ethnosphere

An Anthropologist's Lived Experiences of Indigenous Democratic Cultures

Wade Davis and Jean-Paul Gagnon

male was accepted with such assurance that there was not even an entry in the Oxford English Dictionary for the word racism. There was not an entry for the word colonialism. There wasn't an entry for homosexuality. Now, flash forward to now, where in

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Paul Apostolidis, William E. Connolly, Jodi Dean, Jade Schiff, and Romand Coles

may well not recover from it. The racism, orientations to women, and attitudes to Muslims it invokes also contain the threat of bringing a new kind of fascism to America. His presidency threatens to accentuate vigilantism and to deploy the FBI and

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Belonging to Spontaneous Order

Hayek, Pluralism, Democracy

Stephanie Erev

nature” ( Plumwood 1993: 4 ). “Racism, colonialism and sexism have drawn their conceptual strength,” Plumwood continues, “from casting sexual, racial, and ethnic difference as closer to the animal and the body construed as a sphere of inferiority, as a

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

” (2008: 131). 3 This brings to mind Stan Grant’s recent, prominent speech on the inherent racism of Australia when he identifies the opening of the national anthem—“Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free”—highlighting the disregard of

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Realizing Interspecies Democracy

The Preconditions for an Egalitarian, Multispecies, World

Sue Donaldson, Janneke Vink, and Jean-Paul Gagnon

land, to dismantling ableist architectures, to calling for democratization of the workplace, to challenging systemic racism, to critiquing gendered and cultured ideas of reason, and so on. As Engin Isin notes: The images of being political

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Luis Cordeiro-Rodrigues

The Portuguese animal rights movement has been extremely active in campaigning against bullfighting. Indeed, from 2002 to 2014, this was their main priority in terms of campaigns. In this article, I assess how these campaigns have been carried out, arguing that the animal rights movement in Portugal has been othering supporters and practitioners of bullfights in their campaigns. In other words, their campaigns have consisted of drawing a sharp contrast between bullfight supporters and practitioners and the rest of the population. I argue that a consequence of this is that the speciesist practices of the majority of Portuguese have become normalised; consequently, leading to the reinforcement of some speciesist norms.

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Matthias Pauwels

Welcome to the Minefield that is Race Humour In today's supposedly enlightened era, with great strides being made in the fight against racism driven by global anti-racist campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, it might be curious, not to say