On Pluralism and Justice: A Defense of Post-Modernism
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This paper is an analysis on the topic of justice. In this analysis, a number of figures will be examined including Charles Taylor and William Connolly. Using some of the arguments and concerns presented by Jacques Derrida, it will be argued that 'deconstruction' rather than construction (Taylor and Connolly) can be understood as a form of justice, and further, it reflects the general tenets or principles of 'pluralism' and 'difference'. The focus of the analysis in this sense, will be directed toward understanding how Taylor and Connolly's respective frameworks represent some of the traditional 'metaphysical' bias' which have informed a number of political theories in the Western tradition.
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