Rights, Groups, and Self-invention: Group-differentiated Rights in Liberal Theory

Pirmais vāks
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 221 lappuses
This volume describes and critically assesses the group-differentiated form of 'right' from within analytical, constitutive and liberal theory. The book further examines to what extent the group-differentiated form of right serves to constitute aspects of human identity and whether this should be a cause for concern. The more detailed normative work advanced in the book contextually applies the constitutive understanding of rights, and the principles of liberal membership to particular examples of group-differentiated citizenship. Such examples range from slavery and alienage, to more affirmative classifications, such as those apparent in the contexts of civil unions and affirmative action.
 

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Collective Aspects of Legal Rights
25
Law and Social Categories
49
Rights and Social Groups
83
Liberal Membership
117
The Universalist Critique
159
Three Models of GroupDifferentiated Rights
179
Index
211
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