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Pluralism, Equality and Identity:…

Pluralism, Equality and Identity: Comparative Studies

by T. K. Oommen

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The essays in this book are based on the premise that the notions of pluralism, equality and identity are inextricably intertwined and inorder to be translated into practice, should be operationally interlinked. Drawing illustrations and empirical data from different societies, the author concludes that while western liberal theory emphasizes equzlity, it ignores pluralism and identity based on the mistaken assumption that nation-states are becoming homogenized.

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