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Mono vs. Multi: Culturalisms in Science and Politics


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Bekić, Janko. (2010). Mono vs. Multi: Culturalisms in Science and Politics. Čemu : časopis studenata filozofije, IX(18/19). pp. 252-263.

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Terrorist attacks on New York, Washington, Madrid and London put an end to the golden age of multiculturalism in the USA and Europe. Severe criticism was directed towards those who had placed group (minority) rights before individual rights, causing the multicultural camp to moderate and revise its positions by turning to the so-called liberal or ‘soft’ multiculturalism. At the same time, a new variant – interculturalism – was created, which is oriented towards dialogue and cooperation, and emphasizes similarities rather than differences. As such, it is undoubtedly gradually replacing the older model.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: culturalism; minority rights; human rights; assimilation; integration; Islam; feminism; secularism
Subjects: Philosophy
Departments: Department of Philosophy
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2019 12:26
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2019 12:26

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