By Bhikhu Parekh
Identification , tradition and discussion pursues a few of the very important concerns raised within the author's Rethinking Multiculturalism focusing specifically on their outcomes for international politics. In it Bhikhu Parekh develops a thought of identification that mixes recognize for range with a dedication to redistributive justice and rationality and applies this thought to more than a few key present debates on nationwide identification, nationalism, fundamentalism and terrorism taking off the case for discussion, worldwide citizenship, and a number of ethics in the framework of a shared worldwide morality.
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