Dialogical approaches to struggles over recognition and distribution

@article{Temelini2014DialogicalAT,
  title={Dialogical approaches to struggles over recognition and distribution},
  author={Michael Temelini},
  journal={Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={423 - 447}
}
  • Michael Temelini
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
This paper contrasts three non-skeptical ways of explaining and reconciling political struggles: monologue, instrumental dialogue, and a comparative dialogical approach promoted by Charles Taylor and James Tully. It surveys the work of Taylor and Tully to show three particular family resemblances: their emphasis on practice, irreducible diversity, and periodic reconciliation. These resemblances are evident in the way they employ dialogical approaches to explain struggles over recognition and… Expand
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