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  1. most theorizing about social justice for the past 150 years. Today, however, we increasingly encounter a second type of social-justice claim in the “politics of recognition.” Here the goal, in its most plausible form, is a difference-friendly world, where assimilation to majority or dominant cultural norms is no longer

  2. The discourse of social justice, once centered on distribution, is now increasingly divided between claims for redistribution, on the one hand, and claims for recognition, on the other. In this new constellation, the two kinds of justice claims are often dissociated from one another.

  3. Social justice in the age of identity politics: redistribution, recognition, participation. Today, claims for social justice seem to divide into two types: claims for the redistribution of resources and claims for the recognition of cultural difference.

  4. Social justice in the age of identity politics: redistribution, recognition, participation. Soziale Gerechtigkeit: Umverteilung, Anerkennung, Partizipation. [working paper] Fraser, Nancy. Corporate Editor. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH. Abstract.

  5. In this lecture, I consider two dimensions of this project. First, on the plane of moral philosophy, I propose an overarching conception of justice that can accomodate both defensible claims for social equality and defensible claims for the recognition of difference.

  6. Social Justice in the Age of Identity Politics. Redistribution, Recognition, and Participation * By Nancy Fraser. Book Geographic Thought. Edition 1st Edition. First Published 2008. Imprint Routledge. Pages 18. eBook ISBN 9780203893074. ABSTRACT. In today’s world, claims for social justice seem increasingly to divide into two types.

  7. First, on the plane of moral philosophy, I propose an overarching conception of justice that can accomodate both defensible claims for social equality and defensible claims for the recognition of difference. Second, on the plane of social theory, I propose an approach that can accomodate the complex relations between interest and identity ...