Iris Marion Young and Responsibility

Critical Horizons 20 (2):103-108 (2019)
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ABSTRACTThe Introduction presents the special issue of Critical Horizons which purpose is to do justice to Young’s conception of political responsibility by gathering essays that present, analyse and comment on it, demonstrating its value for contemporary political philosophy. Several aspects differentiate Young’s view from what could be called a classic conception of responsibility. This special issue gathers four articles that show Young’s innovative conception of responsibility. The first clarifies the logic of Young’s social connection model; the second extends its theoretical framework; the third elaborates on its intuitions; the fourth applies it to a specific context in a way that reveals its interest.

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Marie Garrau
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