By Andrew M. Robinson
Theories of liberal multiculturalism search to reconcile cultural rights with common liberal rules. a few concentrate on person autonomy; others emphasize communal identification. Andrew Robinson argues that liberal multiculturalism should be justified with out privileging both. via attractive to the deeper price of significant lifestyles, he indicates how autonomy and neighborhood are literally interdependent. He concludes by way of illustrating - near to nationwide and ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples, and standard groups - the coverage rules that may be derived from this place. An cutting edge account of the idea and perform of liberal multiculturalism, Multiculturalism and the principles of significant existence will curiosity scholars, students, activists and coverage makers operating in parts of political idea, multiculturalism, indigenous peoples, and ethnic and spiritual minorities.
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Context-of-vaJue. VVe can drav\' a Llseful distinction bet',veen types oi community-as-contexlof-value by diiferenUating two types of tradition that such communities may emboti}'. This distinction relies on definitions provided by John Kekes. ociation of people guided by a specifiC and common goal ... "Ct their members include the shared goou the tradition aims to Llchieve, as well as tlw variollS virtues and vices understood to contribute to or delract from it. The oLher type of tradition, which Kekes calls moral tradition, "does not aim to achieve a specific goal ..
This distinction relies on definitions provided by John Kekes. ociation of people guided by a specifiC and common goal ... "Ct their members include the shared goou the tradition aims to Llchieve, as well as tlw variollS virtues and vices understood to contribute to or delract from it. The oLher type of tradition, which Kekes calls moral tradition, "does not aim to achieve a specific goal .. , [out rathedao create a contexl in which specific goals can be achieved. Legal, political, managerial, aml law enfmcement traditions are examples oi it ...