Her books include Redistribution or Recognition; Adding Insult to Injury; Scales of Justice; Justice Interruptus; and Unruly Practices. Kevin Olson is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Irvine
Her books include Redistribution or Recognition; Adding Insult to Injury; Scales of Justice; Justice Interruptus; and Unruly Practices. Kevin Olson is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. He is the author of Reflexive Democracy: Political Equality and the Welfare State. Judith Butler is Maxine Elliot Professor in the Departments of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley.
Adding Insult to Injury. Nancy Fraser Debates Her Critics. Even those of us who disagree with Nancy Fraser on substantive questions recognize her ability to illuminate the conflicting demands, hopes and sufferings of our time.
Adding Insult to Injury tracks the debate sparked by Nancy Fraser's controversial effort to combine redistribution, recognition, and representation in a new understanding of social justice. The volume showcases Fraser's critical exchanges with leading thinkers, including Judith Butler, Richard Rorty, Iris Marion Young, Anne Phillips, and Rainer Frost. The result is a wide-ranging and at times contentious exploration of varied approaches to rebuilding the Left. Categories: Other Social Sciences\Philosophy: Critical Thinking.
Nancy Fraser debates her critics to explore issues of schooling and social justice . with her work – articulated in separate chapters by Iris Young and Judith Butler about the. model’s sing of economic and cultural justice as analytically distinct.
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Adding insult to injury: Nancy Fraser debates her critics. According to her interview with Nancy Napples in 2004, she was greatly influenced by the Frankfurt School and French philosophy, namely Foucault. Sociology, 39(3), 332-333. Also, Fraser says that during her adult life, she was mainly occupied by philosophy and politics. She revealed that she was an active participant of political movement in her teenage years a period when women’s rights to vote, to education, and to labour were newly acquired.
Adding Insult to Injury : Nancy Fraser Debates Her Critics.
Fraser, Nancy; Benhabib, Seyla; Butler, Judith; Cornell, Drucilla (1995). Adding insult to injury: Nancy Fraser debates her critics. Feminist contentions: a philosophical exchange. London New York: Verso.