By Peter Brooker

ISBN-10: 0340807016

ISBN-13: 9780340807019

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Realists understand that as long as identities remain economically, politically, and socially significant, determining the Introduction 23 justifiability of particular identity claims will remain a necessary part of progressive politics. Taking the easy way out is thus not something they are willing to do. The contributors to this volume do not imagine that we will have the last word on matters of identity. We do, however, believe that this volume succeeds in presenting an alternative theory of identity that solves some of the key problems of current theories of identity.

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