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Charles Taylor's Deeply Diverse Response to Canadian Fragmentation: A Project Often Commented On but Seldom Explored

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 March 2003

Mark Redhead
Affiliation:
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

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This article attempts to clarify the controversies Charles Taylor's thoughts on group rights and identity politics have generated by exploring the constitutional and normative dimensions of Taylor's approach to the problem of political fragmentation, what he calls "deep diversity." In doing so, it makes a qualified defence of Taylor against his critics while also sketching an alternative route to deep diversity. The latter responds to the critics' concerns about the actual forms of accommodation or recognition that Taylor's thought sanctifies while preserving the normative core of his model.

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© The Canadian Political Science Association (l'Association canadienne de science politique) and/et la Société québécoise de science politique

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