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Volume 15
Violence

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Harry van der Linden Editor's Introduction
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Trevor Smith Punk Rock and Discourse Ethics: 924 Gilman Meets Alison Jaggar
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Alison Jaggar, in her treatment of feminist discourse ethics, expresses worries about using “idealized and imaginary communities” as elucidatory tools for discursive ethics. In response, this paper presents the history of 924 Gilman (an all-ages punk rock collective in the San Francisco Bay area) as a case study of a non-imagined and real discursive community. While the example of 924 Gilman, with its overtly feminist agenda and democratic ethos, bolsters Jaggar’s claims about the need for “closed communities” within discourse ethics, it also challenges some of her basic assumptions and raises important pragmatic and theoretical criticisms against discourse ethics.
discussion: liberalism and radicalism
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Charles W. Mills Occupy Liberalism!: Or Ten Reasons Why Liberalism Cannot Be Retrieved for Radicalism (And Why They're All Wrong)
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The “Occupy Wall Street!” movement has stimulated a long listing of other candidates for radical “occupation.” In this paper, I suggest the occupation of liberalism itself. I argue for a constructive engagement of radicals with liberalism in order to retrieve it for a radical egalitarian agenda. My premise is that the foundational values of liberalism have a radical potential that has not historically been realized, given the way the dominant varieties of liberalism have developed. Ten reasons standardly given as to why such a retrieval cannot be carried out are examined and shown to be fallacious.
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Nancy Holmstrom Response to Charles Mills's "Occupy Liberalism!"
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Richard Schmitt Comment on Charles Mills, "Occupy Liberalism!"
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Charles W. Mills Reply to Nancy Holmstrom and Richard Schmitt
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symposium: the ethics and mores of race
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Chad Kautzer Symposium: The Ethics and Mores of Race
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Kristie Dotson Agreeing to Disagree, Perhaps? A Commentary on Naomi Zack, "The Ethics and Mores of Race"
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Lewis Gordon On Naomi Zack's "The Ethics and Mores of Race"
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José Jorge Mendoza Immigration: The Missing Requirement for an Ethics of Race
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Lucius T. Outlaw, Jr. Commentary on Naomi Zack's "The Ethics and Mores of Race"
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Naomi Zack About the Ethics and Mores of Race: A Reply to My Critics
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Anatole Anton Feminism(s) Meets Capitalism
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Juanita Darling Mediating the Revolution
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Milton Fisk The Marxist Tradition of Ethics from Below
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Amos Nascimento Putting Kant's Geography on the Map
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Jose-Antonio Orosco No More Fight Left in the Fields
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Richard T. Peterson Thinking about Violence in a Violent World
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Jorge Mario Rodriguez-Martinez Human Rights Discourse and the Limitations of Transitional Justice
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Contributors
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