Chapter 1: Liberal Individualism Chapter 2: Liberal Communitarianism Chapter 3: Liberal Multiculturalism Chapter 4: Liberal Multinationalism Chapter 5: Troubling Minorities Chapter 6: Anxious Majorities Chapter 7: The Emancipationist Model of Minority Rights Chapter 8: Against Cultural Libertarianism
Aret Karademir is assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at Middle East Technical University.
Liberal theory has tended to downplay and even homogenize diverse identities, even as its best thinkers have tried to accommodate them. Aret Karademir points in a new direction, toward an emancipationist model of group-specific rights for minorities as well as the many varieties of queer minorities-within-minorities. This is a groundbreaking book. -- Noelle C. McAfee, Emory University