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A New Politics of Identity

Political Principles for an Interdependent World

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15 April 2008

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The New Politics of Identity pursues many of the central issues raised in the author's Rethinking Multiculturalism focusing in particular on their consequences for global politics. Parekh develops a theory of identity...

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The New Politics of Identity pursues many of the central issues raised in the author's Rethinking Multiculturalism focusing in particular on their consequences for global politics. Parekh develops a theory of identity that combines respect for diversity and applies this theory to a range of key current debates on national identity.

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  • Provides a broadranging analysis of a key issue in political philosophy and political practice
  • Important and timely new book from leading political theorist and author of Rethinking Multiculturalism, Bhikhu Parekh
  • Examines the roots of terrorism and shows why the 'war on terror' is misguided

Introduction
The Concept of Identity
The Politics of Collective Identity
National Identity
Multicultural Society and Convergence of Identities
European Liberalism and the 'Muslim Question'
Pathology of Religious Identity
Challenges of the Multicultural World
Globalisation and Culture
Principles of Global Ethics
Moralities of Partiality and Impartiality
Citizenship in a Global Age
Promoting Democracy.

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BHIKHU PAREKH is Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster.

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BHIKHU PAREKH is Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster.

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