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Literature for legal philosophy course 1997-1998

Legal philosophy: law and the recognition of group identity

1. Introduction.
2. Dan Danielsen, 'Identity strategies', in: Danielsen and Engle, After Identity (New York: Routledge 1995), 39-60
3. Catharine MacKinnon, 'Pornography: on morality and politics'; in: id., Toward a feminist theory of the state (Harvard un. Press 1989), 195-214
4 . Martha Nussbaum, 'Objectification'; in: Philosophy and Public Affairs, 22/4, 1995, 249-291
5. Laura Kipnis, 'How to look at pornography', in: id., Bound and gagged. Pornography and the politics of fiction in America (New York: Grove press 1996), 161-206
6. Michel Foucault, 'We "Other Victiorians"' and 'The repressive hypothesis', in: Rabinow, The Foucault Reader (New York 1984), 292-329 (orig: Histoire de la sexualité 1: La volonté de savoir).
7. Jean Baudrillard, The Transparency of evil, Verso 1993, p. 3-35 (orig.: La transparence du mal)
8. James Tully, 'The empire of uniformity'; in: id., Strange multiplicity. Constitutionalism in an age of diversity (Cambridge un. Press 1995), 58-98 [March 25]
9. Rosemary Coombe, 'The properties of culture and the politics of possessing identity'; in: Danielsen and Engle, After identity, 251-270 [April 1]
10. Homi Bhabha, 'The postcolonial and the postmodern', in: id., The location of culture (Routledge 1994), 171-197. [April 15]
11. Elizabeth Povinelli, 'The state of shame. Australian multiculturalism and the crisis of indigenous citizenship'; in: Critical Inquiry, 24, winter 1998, 575-610
12. Wendy Brown, 'Wounded attachments', in: id., States of injury. Power and freedom in late modernity (Princeton university press 1995), 52-76

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