Accomodating Integration

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Professor Minow argues that Emens’ analysis is problematically built out of the view of the individual as “distinctive, alone, and unique” which results in “pervasive inattention to relational, iterative, and collective features of social experience.” Minow suggests a variety of “alternative frames” that would conceptualize “inclusive human settings . . . that benefit everyone” and better serve Emens’ integrative purposes.

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