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About Alison Assiter

Alison Assiter is Professor of Feminist Theory in the History, Philosophy and Politics department at the University of the West of England (UWE). Her most recent book is Kierkegaard, Metaphysics and Political Theory (2009 Continuum Press)

Articles by Alison Assiter

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Code Pink, multiculturalism and relativism

The actions of Code Pink may be a natural consequence of the endorsement by many on the left and amongst feminists of multicultural values. Indeed, it may also, and more insidiously, be a consequence of some recent initiatives on the part of the UN, says Alison Assiter.

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