Index
in Recognition and Global Politics

Index

Note: The letter ‘n’ following locators refers to notes.

Aboriginal Tasmanians 110
abstractly universal approach 35
Academics International Assistance Fund 172
accumulation of knowledge 29–30
Adger, W. N. 145, 147
Adichie, C. N. 172
Adorno, T. W. 25, 26, 27, 31, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 n.5, 43 n.11, 44 nn.12–16, 120 n.1
affirmative politics of recognition 9–10. See also politics of recognition
African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM 2014) 202
African Union 201
agape 13
Agne, H. 167
agonistic recognition 2, 16. See also recognition
and pedagogy 26, 27, 30–33
and vulnerability 30–33
Allen, M. 179
allure of separatism
Joyce and 78–81
Malcolm X and 78–81
multiculturalism and 69–83
recognition and 69–83
ambiguity
Beauvoir's concept of 51–56
and cosmopolitan universalism of lived experience 51–56
humanity and 53
‘ambiguous humanism’ 57
Americanah (Adichie) 172
American Civil War 72, 82
American Constitution 78
Amir-Moazami, S. 77
ancient slavery 87
Anderson, J. 103
Anderson, P. 98 n.1
Anerkennung. See recognition
Anker, E. 154
Annan, K. 188
Anthropocene 141
Arab Spring 97, 187
Archibugi, D. 55
Arendt, H. 19, 89, 102, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 118, 120 nn.2–3, 208
Aristotelian empathic engagement 30
Aristotle 88
Armitage, D. 72
Armstrong, E. 193 n.3
Arp, K. 67 n.12
Aulakh, R. 140
Avineri, S. 0
Axis Rule in Occupied Europe (Lemkin) 112
Baldwin, J. 80
Barkawi, T. 173, 174
Barkdull, J. 150
Barnes, M. 21, 160, 162, 170, 171
Barnett, J. 147
Barnett, M. 161, 169, 170, 174 n.1
Bartelson, J. 161, 162, 167, 168
Bartky, S. L. 66 n.4
Bartlett, A. J. 25, 42 n.1
Beattie, A. R. 29, 44 n.19, 102
Beauvoir, S. de 3, 16, 17, 45–68, 152, 216 n.12
ambiguity and cosmopolitan universalism of lived experience 51–56
being-for-the-misrecognized in cosmopolitan feminist theory of 62–65
on charity 68 n.18
existentialist feminism of 46
post-war feminist existentialism of 51
Beck, U. 45
Becker, H. 25, 26, 31, 34, 39
Beiner, R. 210
Beitz, C. 66 n.1
Bell, V. 142
Benhabib, S. 66 n.2
Benjamin, A. 89, 150, 153
Benjamin, W. 89
Bennett, J. 145, 148, 149, 154 n.1, 155 n.5
Bennis, P. 188
Bentham, J. 72
Berger, M. T. 101
Bergoffen, D. 61
Berkes, F. 151
Bernasconi, R. 127, 128
Berry, T. 140
Bhabha, H. K. 75
Biko, S. 35
biospherical vulnerability 147–148
biotic togetherness 148
Bisnauth, D. 135
Black Skin White Masks (Fanon) 125, 127–128
Boler, M. 28, 30, 38, 40, 41, 44 n.18
Boltanski, L. 78
bondsmen 86–90
Booth, K. 143
Bound by Recognition (Markell) 64
Boupacha, D. 58
Brantlinger, P. 111
Brenner, R. 90
British Empire 72
Brodber, E. 20, 131, 132, 133
Brooke, C. 25
Brown, W. 175
Brunt, P. A. 98 n.1
Buber, M. 209, 214, 216 n.14
Buck-Morss, S. 90, 123, 127
Buckley, K. 186, 194 n.9
Bull, H. 198, 200, 204, 215 n.6
Burke, V. 152, 155 n.8
Burns, T. 14, 101
Burton, J. 197–198
Butler, J. 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 22 n.1, 22 n.4, 59, 146
Buzan, B. 203, 204, 207, 214, 215 n.5, 215 n.7
capitalist economy
Hegel's account of 90–91
poverty and 91–94, 97
recognition in 90–94
Caputi, M. 64, 67 n.14, 68 n.20
Card, C. 114
care
dark side of 160
ethics 160
practices of 160
care ethicists 160
care ethics 160
described 164
and ethics of recognition 164–166
and interdependence 161
and love 165
and mutual vulnerability 161
and transformative recognition 170–174
Care in Everyday Life (Barnes) 170
Carpenter, C. 209
Carter, B. 199
‘celestial ethnography’ 131
Césaire, A. 127
Chakrabarty, D. 141
Chamberlain, N. 147
Chayes, A. H. 203
Clark, I. 102
Clark, R. P. 151
‘class consciousness’ 93
‘class struggle’ 93
Clemens, J. 42 n.1
climate change 146–147
climate protection 140
Clinton, H. R. 208
cobweb model, of world politics 197–198
Coelho, S. 149
Colas, A. 51
coldness 27, 36
and creating an understanding environment 37
and love 38
reasons for 36
Communist Manifesto, The (Marx & Engels) 90
compassion, Nussbaum on 29
conditional recognition practices 203–206
Connolly, E. 153
Connolly, J. 165–166
consciousness
Hegel's phenomenology of 3
spatiotemporal condition of 12
in the state 4
constitutive event 142
constitutive theory of recognition 167
contemporary globalization 49
Conway, J. 185, 186, 190, 191, 193 n.7, 194 n.8
Cornell, D. 207, 209
cosmopolitan education 27. See also education
and accumulation of knowledge 29–30
and emancipation 31
and global citizens concept 28–30
goal of 30
and the international 28–30
Nussbaum on 28–30
and recognition 30
cosmopolitan feminism 47–51
aim of 51
Beauvoir's 47, 62
misrecognition as subjection to objective social structures 47–51
cosmopolitan feminist theory
being-for-the-misrecognized in 62–65
of recognition 62–65
cosmopolitanism 2
critical 50
defined 66 n.1
feminist 60
globalization and 51
cosmopolitan thinkers 25
cosmopolitan universalism
Beauvoir's 51–56
of lived experience 51–56
Coulthard, G. S. 126
Cox, R. 139
Crawford, N. 210, 211
critical recognition theory 148
critical self-reflection
education towards 26, 33–38, 38–41
ignorance 34–35
indifference 35–38
cross-species resilience and adaptability 147–148
Crutzen, P. 141
Cudworth, E. 140, 142, 151, 155 n.5
Cultivating Humanity: A Classical Defense of Reform in Liberal Education (Nussbaum) 28
Cunsolo Willox, A. 146, 147, 148
Das, Bhagwan 136
Davidson-Hunt, I. J. 151
de Barros, J. 136
De Sousa Santos, B. 183, 184, 185, 190, 192, 193 nn.5–6
Declaration of Independence 72
Declaration of Rights for Cetaceans 149
della Portia, D. 191
Democracy in America 83 n.1
denial 33
deontic principles 169
desires
animal 153
human 152–153
and recognition 32, 152
development aid 171–172
dialectical mediation of self 5
Diogenes the Cynic 66 n.3
Diop, A. 127
dislocation 9–14
distributive justice 165
diversity
of global misrecognition 56–61
recognition politics and 192
Doeuff, M. le. 66
domestic–international divide
Habermas on 73–75
re-establishing 73–75
Taylor on 70–73
domination 160–161
Donaldson, S. 155 n.6
Drichel, S. 33, 36, 43 n.8
Dryzek, J. 149, 187
Dubgen, F. 171, 172
Duffield, M. 172
Dworkin, G. 169
Dyer, G. 142
EAC. See East African Community (EAC)
early childhood education 39–40
East African Community (EAC) 201
economic globalization 48
economic inequality 1
economic justice 1
ecopolitics 144
Edland-Gryt, O. 173
education. See also pedagogy
Adorno on 38–39
cosmopolitan (see cosmopolitan education)
and disciplinary specialization 25
early childhood 39–40
and general enlightenment 38–39
multicultural 29
towards critical self-reflection 26, 33–38, 38–41
emancipation 4–7
and cosmopolitan education 31
empathy, passive 30, 40
Engels, F. 57, 67 n.11, 67 n.13
English School theory 198
environmentalism 142
Erman, E. 167
eros 13
ethics 1
care 160
emancipatory 161
Ethics of Ambiguity, The (Beauvoir) 46, 52, 64
ethics of care. See care ethics
ethics of recognition
and care ethics 164–166
encouraging 189–191
EU. See European Union (EU)
European Court of Human Rights 76
European Enlightenment 19, 123–124
European Union (EU) 75, 201
Evans, T. 168, 169
evil
of an excess of order 83
genocide 110–118
in Hegel's philosophy 104–105
political 101
as radical non-recognition 19
recognition and 102–106
of a total loss of order 83
existence
European mode of 111
group 117
existential recognition 2, 107, 111, 113, 117–119. See also recognition
existentialist feminism 46
external recognition 167
externally oriented recognition politics 186–189
Eze, E. C. 124
Fanon, F. 3, 19, 68 n.20, 71, 72, 75, 96, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 133
Farbotko, C. 147
Farr, J. 124
Fein, H. 113
female genital mutilation 59
femininity 51, 53, 62
feminism 179–181
cosmopolitan 47–51
existentialist 46
global 50, 177, 180–183
feminist recognition 2. See also recognition
Beauvoir's concept of 55, 65
Fraser on 46
feminists
and intra-movement recognition politics 179–181
on liberal individualism 159
Ferree, M. M. 181
Fichte, J. G. 3, 86
Finlay, M. I. 98 n.1
Fire Next Time, The (Baldwin) 80
First World women 46, 55, 61
Fischer, S. 123
Forrest, W. G. 98 n.1
Fortunes of Feminism, The (Fraser) 104
Foster, R. 26, 32, 33, 41, 42 n.5
Foucault, M. 10, 212
Fraser, N. 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 16, 21, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 55, 56, 61, 66 n.2, 85, 85, 86, 103, 104, 110, 142, 150, 162, 163, 171, 175, 180, 181, 196, 216 n.12
cosmopolitan feminism and 47–51
objectivism of 56
on parity 9
on political justice 9
on recognition 7–9
social-democratic theory of 86
on social justice 8
Frazer, E. 25
French, P. 120 n.5
French Communist Party 59
French Revolution 90
Friskics, S. 149
Front de Libération Nationale 58
Fry, I. 147
Fuller, L. 114
Funke, P. N. 184
fused horizons model 185
Garvey, M. 136
Geggus, D. 127
gender injustice 2
gender misrecognition 53–54
gender segregation 49
general enlightenment 38–39
generous recognition 166
genocide
aim of 113
Card on 114
collectivist characterization of 114
Lemkin on 110–111
and limits of recognition 101–119
neologism 112
Genocide Convention 112–113, 117
German Romanticism 50
Gettell, R. G. 143
Geuss, R. 29
Gibson, A. 84 n.3
Gibson, K. 135, 137
Gibson, N. 126
Gillan, K. 189
Gilligan, C. 164
Gilroy, P. 176
Gilson, E. 33, 34
Gitlin, T. 175
Glendinning, L. 149
global citizens 28–30
global ethics of care. See care ethics
global feminism 50, 177, 180–183
global injustice
and ethical recognition encounters 189–191
and externally oriented recognition politics 186–189
and global social movements 175
and internal recognition politics 179–186
and politics of recognition 177–179
global misrecognition, diversity of 56–61
global social movements 175
globalization 46. See also world society
and changing concept of justice 142
complexity of contemporary structures of 66
contemporary 49
cosmopolitanism and 51
economic 48
and nature 143–144
Goehr, L. 44 n.15
Gong, G. 199, 200, 215 n.2
Goodin, R. E. 215 n.2
Gordon, L. R. 125
Gould, C. C. 165, 166, 184
Griffiths, M. 139
Guha, R. 124
Haacke, J. 14
Haas, E. 143, 144, 145
Habermas, J. 3, 4–7, 14, 17, 22 n.3, 69, 73, 74, 75, 81, 82, 83, 86, 89, 196
on domestic–international divide 73–75
on modernization 74
Haitian Revolution 19, 123, 127
Hall, S. 45
Hamili, G. 58
Hardt, H. 97, 98 n.6
Harlow, V. T. 72
harm
collectivist dimension of 114
genocidal 114–116
‘oppressive psychological’ 149
recognition and 102–106
Harris, P. G. 150
Hau’ofa, E. 154 n.3
Hayden, P. 1–22, 44 n.19, 68 n.22, 101–120, 139, 140, 155 n.9, 196, 205
Heath Justice, D. 195, 196
Hegel, G. W. F. 3, 4, 7, 19, 22 n.1, 53, 67 n.7, 70, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98 n.3, 104, 105, 106, 119, 120 nn.1–2, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 130, 133, 150, 152, 153, 165, 207
concept of ‘rabble’ 97
Geist 122, 124, 130
on poverty 91–92
Hegelian recognition 2, 4, 15, 18. See also recognition
and cultural difference 148
Heidegger, M. 107, 108
Heins, V. M. 17, 44 n.13, 44 n.15, 69–84, 139, 207
Held, D. 55
Herrschaft 87
Hildering, A. 142
Hill, R. A. 136
Hilton, R. 90
Hobbes, T. 3
Hobden, S. 140, 142, 143, 151, 155 n.5, 155 n.9
Honenberger, P. 125
Honneth, A. 3, 7, 8, 13, 14, 17, 25, 26, 32, 48, 69, 70, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82, 85, 103, 104, 110, 120 n.6, 139, 150, 165, 167
Hovden, E. 143
Hubbard, B. 208
human development 1
human rights
violations of 45
Western understandings of 62
humanity cultivating 28–29
Hume, D. 82
Hurrell, A. 213
Hurston, Z. N. 19, 129, 130, 131
Husserl, E. 107
Hutchings, K. 164
identity, status and 49–50
identity politics 1
ignorance 34–35
and abstractly universal approach 35
invulnerability as form of 34
and narrowly procedural approach 35
pervasive 35
Ikäheimo, H. 70, 83 n.1
imagined communities 204
Inayatullah, N. 168
indifference 35–38
individual subjectivity 49
inequality 94–95
economic 1
material 18
integrative recognition politics 176
interhuman societies 204
inter-movement politics 183–186
internally-oriented recognition politics 177
importance of 179–186
inter-movement politics 183–186
intra-movement politics 179–183
international. See also International Relations (IR)
conditionality of recognition in 198–202
and cosmopolitan education 28–30
and recognition 166–168
‘international’ cooperation on a moral diet 81–83
International Court of Justice 140
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 118
international political sociology approach 167
international politics
and physical environment 144
rearticulation of 144
transformative recognition in 159–174
International Relations (IR)
and environmental factors 145
and moral recognition 167
nature in 143–145
and recognition 139, 168
scholarship 140
intra-movement politics 179–183
and feminist movements 179–182
and violence against women (VAW) 182–183
‘Introduction into Politics’ (Arendt) 109
invulnerability 17, 26, 33, 34, 42
Irigaray, L. 54, 60
Irish nationalism 80
Iser, M. 150
Islam 168
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) 96
Iton, R. 184
Jaggar, A. 56
Jahn, B. 124
Jeffery, R. 101
Jordan, N. 136
Joy, M. 149
Joyce, J. 70, 78, 80, 81
justice
economic 1
political 8
social 8
Kant, I. 3, 12, 40, 44 n.16, 124, 125
threefold synthesis of representation 12
Kantian universalism 66 n.1
Kateb, G. 115
Kavalski, E. 20, 139–155, 215 n.5
Keene, E. 215 n.2
Kellner, E. 53
Kiernan, B. 111
King, M. L. 78
King George V 136
Klare, M. 42
Klein, J. 136
Kleinberg, E. 25
Klotz, A. 210, 211
Knechtschaft 87
knowledge, accumulation of 29–30
Kochi, T. 17, 18, 31, 32, 42 n.2, 85–98, 210
Kohler, M. 55
Kohn, M. 171
Kojève, A. 3, 53, 90, 152, 153
Kompridis, N. 142, 155 n.8, 155 n.9
Kristeva, J. 47, 51, 60, 63, 64, 65, 66 n.1, 68 n.21
Kruks, S. 52, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 63
Kurki, M. 151
Kymlicka, W. 155 n.6
Lacan, J. 3
Lackey, D. 117
Laitinen, A. 82
Lang, B. 115, 116
Larose, S. 134
Latour, B. 154 n.1
Lee, S. P. 114, 116
Lemkin, R. 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 120 n.4
Levinas, E. 3, 148
Levy, J. T. 73
Leyla Lahin v. Turkey 76
liberal proceduralism 6
liberal recognition theory 85–86
liberalism
and paternalism 169
Western 168–169
life of questioning 28
limits of recognition 101–119
Lindemann, T. 14, 139
Linklater, A. 102, 104, 210, 216 n.10
Linsenbard, G. 59
Lloyd, V. W. 42 n.3, 44 n.17
Lockward, A. 124
lords 86–90
Louisiana 131
love
and coldness 38
and recognition 165
and teachers 40
Lugones, M. 62
Luhmann, N. 203
Luke, T. W. 141
Lundgren-Gothlin, E. 53, 57, 67 n.9
Machiavelli, N. 89, 94
Mackinder, H. J. 144
Maclaren, J. 135–136
Macleod, C. 115, 116
Malcolm X 70, 78–81
male–female dualities 53
Mann, M. 98 n.1
‘Mapping the Feminist Imagination: From Redistribution to Recognition to Representation’ (Fraser) 180
Marable, M. 78, 79, 84 n.2
Markell, P. 27, 43 n.9, 64, 107
market-based recognition 91
Marso, L. 206, 216 n.12
Marx, K. 59, 90, 93, 97
‘class consciousness’ 93
‘class struggle’ 93
Marxist recognition 2. See also recognition
May, L. 114, 116, 120 n.5
Mayall, J. 205
McBride, C. 80, 83, 85
McCardell, J. 82
McGrath, M. 154 n.4
McGregor, H. V. 147
McNay, L. 45
McQueen, P. 148, 150
Merleau-Ponty, M. 3, 53
Meyer, J. 198
Mignolo, W. 124
Minerva 123
misrecognition
diversity of global 56–61
gender 49, 52–54, 63–64
of identity 177
practices 205
psychological account of 48–49
as subjection to objective social structures 47–51
symbolic 47
Mitchell, A. 141, 153
Moazam, F. 61
Moghadam, V. M. 56
Mohanty, C. 180, 181, 182
monovalent recognition politics 178, 191
Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States 199
Moorhead, A. 126
Moral Boundaries: A Political Argument for an Ethic of Care (Tronto) 164
moral diet, ‘international’ cooperation on 81–83
moral recognition 167
multicultural education 29
multiculturalism 1, 4–7
and allure of separatism 69–83
Taylor's concept of 69–70, 73, 75
multivalent recognition politics 178, 191
Murphy, J. G. 115
Mussell, S. 36, 37
mutual vulnerability
and care ethics 161
and transformative recognition 163
mutuality 9–14
between human and non-human systems 154
and reciprocity 152
and recognition 150–151
Nancy, J.-L. 98 n.2
Narayan, U. 21, 159, 160, 163, 173
narrative imagination 29, 30
narrowly procedural approach 35
Nash, K. 142
nationalism 46
Irish 80
Quebec 72
NATO. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
nature
and globalization 143–144
in International Relations (IR) 143–145
nature recognition 140. See also recognition
elements of 147–148
in international life 142, 145–151
and mutuality 150–151
as respect 148–149
vulnerability/resilience/loss 145–148
Negri, A. 97, 98 n.6
Neiman, S. 120 n.1
neologism ‘genocide’ 112
Neumann, I. 212, 216 n.15
New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) 202
New York Times 188, 189
Nicholson, L. 45
Nietzsche, F. 10, 93
Nisbet, H. B. 92
normative political theory 45
norms
concept of 210
reproduction or replication of 210–211
role of 210–211
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 201
Nunberg, G. 188
Nussbaum, M. C. 28, 29, 30, 39, 40, 51, 66 n.2
on cosmopolitan education 28–30
and cultivating humanity 28–29
and global citizens’ concept 28–30
and narrative imagination 29
O’Connor, B. 39, 40
O’Neill, S. 14, 139
objective social structures, misrecognition as subjection to 47–51
Ogbar, J. 193 n.3
Olav Edland-Gryt, S. 173
Oliver, K. 125, 126, 150
ontological freedom 58, 59
Onuf, N. 139, 141, 142, 167, 209
oppression 1, 6
Organization of American States 201
orthodox communism 57
Osterweil, M. 184, 186
Owen, D. 76
Oxford English Dictionary 104
Oyster Cove Aboriginal Station 110
Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) 202
parity
Fraser on 9
participatory 9, 48
Parks, R. 208
participatory parity 9, 48
passive empathy 30, 40
paternalism
described 169
in globalized care 168–170
and liberalism 169
and recognition 168–170
Pathologies of Reason (Honneth) 104
Patterson, M. 215 n.5
pedagogy. See also education
and agonistic recognition 26, 27, 30–33
of discomfort 28, 40–41
radical 26
recognition-infused 31
and self-reflection 27, 33–41
Penn, D. 215 n.8
performative recognition politics 176, 188
personal dignity, recognition 165
personal ‘I-thou’ recognition 117
pervasive ignorance 35
Pettenkofer, A. 78
Phenomenology of Spirit, The (Hegel) 4, 18, 86, 93, 122, 124–125, 150
philia 13
Philosophies of History (Hegel) 124
Philosophy of Right (Hegel) 18, 90, 92, 95–96, 124
physical environment
and international politics 144
Pickerill, J. 189
Pillay, N. 211
Pippin, R. 85
Pitkin, H. 110
planetary humanism 176
Pocock, J. 98 n.3
political justice 8
Fraser on 9
politics
inter-movement 183–186
international and physical environment 144
intra-movement 179–183
recognition (see recognition politics)
world 140
Politics (Aristotle) 88
‘Politics of Recognition, The’ (Taylor) 5
Pollack-Eltz, A. 137
Porter, E. 164
post-Hegelian recognition theory 1
poverty 91–92, 94
power 11
Price, C. 72
Prosecutor v. Krstić 115
Quebec nationalism 72
‘Radi-Aid: Africa for Norway’ 172
radical non-recognition 19
Rajagopal, B. 212
Rawls, J. 86
reciprocal recognition 4, 62, 67 n.7. See also recognition
reciprocity
and mutuality 152
and recognition 152
recognition
and accumulation 85–98
affirmative 9–10
agonistic (see agonistic recognition)
and allure of separatism 69–83
Butler on 9–14
in capitalist economy 90–94
charting 2–14
critical interventions 15–18
critical theoretical 2
described 26
and desires 32
and dislocation 9–14
and emancipation 4–7
existential 2
feminist 2, 46, 55, 65
forms of 165
Fraser on 7–9
going global 94–98
Habermas on 4–7
from harm to evil 102–106
Hegelian 2–4, 15, 18
Honneth's concept of 7–9, 32
and the international 166–168
international orders and disorders and 20–22
in International Relations (IR) 139, 168
Kochi on 31
market-based 91
within market economy 91
Marxist 2
multiculturalism and 4–7
and mutuality 9–14, 150–151
nature (see nature recognition)
new international direction of 14–22
and paternalism 168–170
of personal dignity 165
personal ‘I-thou’ 117
polis and oikos 89
post-Hegelian 1
post structural 2
postcolonial 2
psychoanalytic 2
reciprocal 4, 62, 67 n.7
and redistribution 7–9
and reframing 7–9
Ricoeur on 9–14
speculative 31
Taylor on 4–7
third term of 106–110
transformative 9–10, 21, 50, 162–163, 170–174
trouble with 75–78
‘we’ 117
in and of world society 195–215
recognition politics 175–176
described 177
integrative 176
internally-oriented 177, 179–186
monovalent 178
multivalent 178
parsing 177–179
performative 176
thick 178
thin 178
recognition production
reflection 209–210
reproduction or replication of norms 210–211
resistance 207–209
responsibility 211–213
redistribution 7–9
redistributive justice, international or global 1
reflection 209–210
defined 209
as introspective exercise 209
reframing 7–9
Reification (Honneth) 32
Reilly, N. 45, 55, 62, 216 n.13
resistance 207–209
alterior narrative as form of 208
confrontation as form of 207–208
self-affirmational performance as form of 208
respect, nature recognition as 148–149
responsibility 211–213
self-, 211–212
Ricoeur, P. 9, 12, 13, 14, 22 n.4, 70, 120 n.1, 196
Riedel, M. 98 n.3
rigorous recognition 166
Ringmar, E. 14, 139
Ritter, J. 98 n.3
Roback, J. 135
Robinson, F. 21, 62, 111, 159–174, 208, 212, 213
Robinson, G. 111
Roelvink, G. 146
Rogers, M. L. 78
Rogers, W. 61
Rose, G. 26, 31, 32, 33, 42 n.6, 44 n.17, 85
on politics of recognition 32
Roth, M. S. 22 n.1
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 3
Rowe, J. K. 140, 141
Royal Marines 111
Ruda, F. 98 n.6
Ruiz, L. E. J. 151
Ryan, L. 111
Said, E. 96
Sartre, J.-P. 3, 52, 53, 126
Schaap, A. 26, 42 n.4, 78, 181, 190, 193 n.7
Schabas, W. A. 116
Schell, J. 189
Schick, K. 1–22, 25–44, 68 n.22, 102, 155 n.9, 196, 210
Schlosberg, D. 148, 149
Schmitt, C. 89
Schoelcher, V. 127
Second Sex, The (Beauvoir) 46, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 60
Second World War 78
self
dialectical mediation of 5
reflexivity of 3
self-consciousness 3, 87
Hegelian 5
self-responsibility 211–212
Sending, O. 212
Senghor, L. 127
separatism
allure of 69–83
ethnic 69
multiculturalism and 17
shared horizons model 185
Sharpe, J. 132
Shaw, M. 114
Shepperson, G. 134
Shilliam, R. 19, 20, 35, 43 n.10, 121–137, 173, 208
Shklar, J. 198
Siep, L. 85
silo-ed movements 184
Simmons, W. P. 212
Singh, J. 185, 186, 191
Sinha, S. 25
small wars 173–174
Smith, A. 90, 91, 93, 98 n.3
Smith, F. C. 131
Smith, K. B. 131
Smith, N. H. 14
Smith, R. 209
Smith, R. M. 169
Smith, R. T. 135
Snyder, G. F. 21, 22, 44 n.19, 175–194, 200, 211
social conflicts 1, 8
social justice 8
redistributive dimension of 9
‘two-dimensional’ 8
social movements 47
German Romanticism 50
global 15, 21
organized 8
social structures, misrecognition as subjection to objective 47–51
social suffering 48, 51
Soper, K. 140
Southern African Development Community's Common Agenda 202
speculative recognition 31
Spelman, E. 34, 51, 54
Sperling, V. 181
Sprout, H. 144, 145
Sprout, M. 140, 144, 145
status, and identity 49–50
Stavro, E. 54, 57, 58, 61, 66 n.5
Steele, B. J. 42 n.7, 44 n.19
Sterio, M. 199
Stewart, D. 134, 135
Stoermer, E. F. 141
Stone, B. 57
Stone, C. 155 n.6
Strangers to Ourselves (Kristeva) 65
Strömbom, L. 177, 178
‘Struggles for Recognition in the Democratic Constitutional State’ (Habermas) 73
Stutzin, G. 140
‘suppressed potentiality’ 16
symbolic misrecognition 47
Taiwo, O. 124
Taminiaux, J. 109
Taylor, C. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 14, 17, 22 n.2, 48, 53, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 85, 103, 178, 185
on domestic–international divide 70–73
misrecognition and 48
Taylor, P. 148
teachers, and love 40
Teitel, R. 216 n.15
Tharoor, I. 187
Theory and Practice (Habermas) 4
thick recognition politics 178
thin recognition politics 178
Thompson, J. E. 167
Thompson, M. J. 14, 101, 150
Thompson, S. 1, 48, 49
Thoreau, H. 149
Thornton, J. 127
Titus, N. 135
Tocqueville, A. de 83 n.1
totalitarianism 53, 61
transformative potential 142
transformative recognition 21. See also recognition
and global ethic of care 170–174
in international politics 159–174
and mutual vulnerability 163
and roles of carer 162
strategies of 163
Tripp, C. 187, 188, 189
Tronto, J. C. 160, 164, 172, 212
Trouillot, M.-R. 123
True, J. 200, 210
Tuana, N. 27, 34, 35
Turner, B. S. 103
tutelage 44 n.16
two-thirds world 44 n.16
Two Treatises (Locke) 124
Tyler, P. E. 188, 189
Ulysses 80
UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide 112
United Nations General Assembly 112
Universal Negro Improvement Association 136
universal normativity 102
universalism
cosmopolitan 46, 51–56
moral 214
UN Security Council (UNSC) 200–201
UNSC. See UN Security Council (UNSC)
US Organization 193 n.2
Vallières, P. 72
van Der Molen, I. 142
Van Stipriaan, A. 134
Vazquez, R. 124
Vetlesen, A. 101
Vidal, J. 147
Vidmar-Horvat, K. 45, 50
Vietnam War 96
Vincent, R. J. 203
Vintges, K. 52, 65
violence against women (VAW) 182–183
vulnerability
and agonistic recognition 30–33
and care ethics 161, 163, 166
described 33
and harm 102–104, 110
and nature recognition 145–148
reframing of 33
Waggoner, M. 38
Walker, M. U. 159
Wallerstein, I. 98 n., 188
Walzer, M. 114
Ward, J. 53
Water Mama 136
Waterman, P. 188
Weber, H. 101
Weinert, M. 22, 195–216
Weir, A. 51
Weisbord, R. G. 136
Weiss, G. 59, 68 n.16
Weitzenfeld, A. 149
Weldon, S. L. 182
Welzer, H. 142
Wendt, A. 82
Wenzel, H. V. 59
Western liberalism 83, 168–169
Westmaas, N. 136
Westwood, S. 176, 184
white supremacism 35
Wieviorka, M. 101
willful ignorance 27, 34
Williams, J. 204, 215 n.7
Williams, R. R. 3, 85, 140
Willox, C. 146, 148
Wolfe, C. 150, 153
women
in China 56–57
First World 46, 55, 61
in India 56–57
‘Women's Time’ (Kristeva) 68 n.21
Wood, A. 92
world
as missing link 110–118
as phenomenon 106–109
third term of recognition 106–110
world citizens. See global citizens
World Economic Forum 185
world politics 140
World Social Forum (WSF) 22, 177
world society. See also globalization
conditional recognition practices 203–206
conditionality of recognition in 198–202
practices of recognition in 206–213
recognition as a primary institution of 213–215
social view of 205
Worth, O. 186, 194 n.9
Wretched of the Earth, The (Fanon) 129
Yar, M. 149, 150, 152
Young, I. M. 51, 66 n.4, 120 n.7, 184, 191, 209
Zahan, D. 134
Zakin, E. 60, 61, 62, 63, 65
Zane, W. W. 135, 137
Zolkos, M. 20, 139–155, 215 n.5
Zurn, C. 50

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Recognition and Global Politics

Critical encounters between state and world

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