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Publisher Description

Epistemic injustice points to experiences that we struggle to articulate due to the injuries of hegemonic speech. Detecting such injuries enables social philosophers and activists alike to name injustices, which have not been previously addressed as such. By looking at epistemic injustice in practice, this special issue seeks to analyze epistemologies of marginalized groups, pointing to hidden practices of power as well as silenced subject positions. The published articles investigate the workings of epistemic injustice in the fields of transgender identities, racial discrimination, legal mechanisms of retribution, disability, global social inequalities, and in theorizing justice.

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2016
November 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
180
Pages
PUBLISHER
Xlibris US
SELLER
AuthorHouse
SIZE
508.2
KB

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