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Alexander Weiss

, strongly supported the application of this affirmative action principle to the “untouchable caste,” for which he popularized the term “Dalit” (“broken,” “scattered”). Without positive discrimination, India's massive social and cultural inequality would not

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Roberto Farneti

-sex couples to enter into civil unions? Should employers engage in ‘affirmative action’? … Should the United States sign an international treaty to combat global warming?” ( Sunstein 2009: 5 ). 8 See, for an overview, Farneti (2015) . 9 Mimetic theory is

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Rianna Oelofsen

exactly what seems to be happening in South Africa at present with regard to, for example, affirmative action. So, would Mamdani’s critique of the TRC apply to the Afro-communitarian understanding of restorative justice that Tutu supports? As the

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Professor Anna Stilz and Interviewed by Dr Christine Hobden

reform of society, so income and wealth redistribution, affirmative action, jobs and opportunities, and a more general effort at political and social inclusion? I certainly support structural reform to overcome the legacies of historical injustice, but

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Contested Memory

Retrieving the Africanist (Liberatory) Conception of Non-racialism

Ndumiso Dladla

Human Rights Commission for suggesting that South Africa’s modern troubles originate in 1652 – the year in which the indigenous people began their now multi-century wars of liberation against their European conquerors and colonisers. Affirmative action