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In a substantial new essay, Connolly responds to the heated controversy surrounding his ideas when Identity\Difference was first published in 1991, while augmenting his discussion of the virtues of critical responsiveness. The issues of identity and difference cannot be ignored, he contends, and are ubiquitous in modern life.
William E. Connolly is professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at The Johns Hopkins University. His most recent books are Why I Am Not a Secularist and The Ethos of Pluralization, both published by Minnesota. His work The Terms of Political Discourse won the 1999 Benjamin Lippincott Award.
|Confessing Identity\Belonging to Difference|
|Identity\Difference: Democratic Negotiations of Political Paradox|
|Introduction: The Problem of Evil||1|
|1||Freedom and Resentment||16|
|2||Global Political Discourse||36|
|3||Liberalism and Difference||64|
|4||Responsibility for Evil||95|
|5||A Letter to Augustine||123|
|6||Democracy and Distance||158|
|7||The Politics of Territorial Democracy||198|