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Justice, Democracy and the Right to Justification: Rainer Forst in Dialogue

Rainer Forst
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2014.
Language
English
Series
Critical Powers Series
Critical Powers
ISBN
9781780932392, 1780932391, 9781780939995, 178093999X, 9781780932859 (epub), 9781780932866 (ePDF)
Summary
"Over the past 15 years, Rainer Forst has developed a fundamental research programme within the tradition of Frankfurt School Critical Theory. The core of this programme is a moral account of the basic right of justification that humans owe to one another as rational beings. This account is put to work by Forst in articulating - both historically and philosophically - the contexts and form of justice and of toleration. The result is a powerful theoretical framework within which to address issues such as transnational justice and multicultural toleration. In this volume, Forst sets out his ideas in an extended essay, which is responded to be influential interlocutors including: Andrea Sangiovanni, Amy Allen, Kevin Olson, Anthony Laden, Eva Erman and Simon Caney. The volume concludes with Forst's response to his interlocutors"--
Contents
  • Two Pictures of Justice
  • Scottish Constructivism and the Right to Justification
  • The Power of Justification
  • Complexities of Political Discourse: Class, Power and the Linguistic Turn
  • The Practice of Equality
  • The Boundary Problem and the Right to Justification
  • Justice and the Basic Right to Justification
  • Justifying Justification: Reply to My Critics.
Description
x, 236 pages ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-230) and indexes.
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