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Iris Marion Young
Unruly Categories: A Critique of Nancy Fraser’s Dual Systems Theory
Have theorists of justice forgotten about political economy? [*] Have we traced the most important injustices to cultural roots? Is it time for critical social theory to reassert a basic distinction between the material processes of political economy and the symbolic processes of culture? In two recent essays, Nancy Fraser answers these questions in the affirmative.  She claims that some recent political theory and practice privilege the recognition of social groups, and that they tend to ignore the distribution of goods and the division of labour.
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- Jane Jenson: Representations of Difference: The Varieties of French Feminism
- Nancy Fraser: From Redistribution to Recognition? Dilemmas of Justice in a 'Post-Socialist' Age
- Nancy Fraser: A Rejoinder to Iris Young
- Anne Phillips: From Inequality to Difference: A Severe Case of Displacement?
- Joan W. Scott: 'La Querelle des Femmes' in the Late Twentieth Century
- Judith Butler: Merely Cultural
- Nancy Fraser: Heterosexism, Misrecognition and Capitalism: A Response to Judith Butler