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978-0-8476-9790-8 • Hardback • October 2000 • $145.00 • (£112.00)
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Drucilla Cornell is professor of women's studies, politics, and law at Rutgers University.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Part 2 Representation and the Ideal Law in Politics
Chapter 3 Las Grenudas: Recollections on Consciousness-Raising
Chapter 4 Diverging Differences: Comment on Felski's "The Doxa of Difference"
Chapter 5 Antiracism, Multiculturalism, and the Ethics of IdentificationWith Sara Murphy
Chapter 6 Freedom's Conscience
Chapter 7 Enlightening the Enlightenment
Part 8 Why Rights?
Chapter 9 Worker's Rights and the Defence of Just-Cause Statutes
Chapter 10 Hegel and Employment at Will
Chapter 11 Spanish Language Rights: Identification, Freedom, and the Imaginary Domain
Chapter 12 Notes
Chapter 13 Index
Drucilla Cornell's Just Cause is an important text for scholars in political philosophy, legal studies, political science and feminist studies, as well as for those interested in grounding commitments to activism in such diverse areas as worker's rights and multiculturalism. Just Cause is a valuable book...
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