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Identity is not an Argument

Richard Wolin writes in Axess:

Theoretical cultural movements from structuralism onwards generated a cynicism about reason and democracy which was once a hallmark of reactionary thought, but which became the stock-in-trade of the postmodern left. By privileging identity over equality, this new anti-humanism helped to neuter actual political challenges to power.

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