Journal Title

Journal of Gender, Race & Justice

Volume

13

Issue

3

First Page

615

Document Type

Article

Publication Information

2010

Abstract

The current social and political situation of the United States is post-modern, post-colonial, post-critical, and post-secular. It is located in a two-party system in which the substantive values of the population are radically fragmented. As such, American social and political culture needs new prospects for conversation, both about and constituting justice, which can cross the vast differences between its members. It is time to enter a discourse on substantive justice in a way that uses the imagined unity of modernist thought as a way station for something both old and new.

Recommended Citation

Emily Albrink Hartigan, Just Talking with the Furniture, 13 J. Gender Race & Just. 615 (2010).

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