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A Negative Theory of Justice

Towards a Critical Theory of Power Relations

Leonard Mazzone

theory of emancipation has to highlight the reasons at the root of the desired process of radical liberation. The last point is the most important for social and political philosophy, because it allows all the other answers to be connected within a

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Something Gleaming

Exemplary Resistance and the Shadows of Complicity

Bronwyn Leebaw

of those best positioned to shed light on the structural logics that reinforce and reproduce patterns of complicity. Initially, Levi seems to suggest that the desire to identify heroes and villains is just one of many ways that people look for

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Bertjan Wolthuis

addressed the contentious divisions of his day between religious sects, and between the Crown, aristocracy and middle-classes, the basis of his appeal was self-interest: men’s fear of death and their desire for the means of a commodious life. On this basis

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The Future of Representative Politics

On Tormey, Krastev and Rosanvallon

Mihail Evans

Rosanvallon, nowhere in what the latter says of counter-democracy is there any idea of a recent historical break in democratic development. Tormey certainly has in common with his erstwhile colleague Keane the desire to find dramatic new developments. My

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Leslie Paul Thiele and Marshall Young

one plays out competing storylines of action, habits, desires and impulses in imagination. These ‘tentative rehearsals in thought’ allow the actor to ‘run ahead and foresee outcomes, and thereby avoids having to await the instruction of actual failure

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Thom Brooks

motivated purely by the desire to receive a cash reward for his or her vote. The inalienability of my vote is abrogated where I am like that second voter: I perceive a campaign promise as offering cash for my vote and I act accordingly without regard to

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Tal Correm

radical break with its moral standards than the conventional Left, which was chiefly inspired by compassion and a burning desire for justice’ (1970: 65). This observation echoes her distinction between the moral concern of the nonviolent student movement

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Ian Moll

then transported down the Atlantic coastline, as the most desired currency used by British traders to buy slaves in Africa. ( Moll 2020 ) Whether slavery played a key role in financing the Industrial Revolution or not, the political, economic