Year 2017, Volume 16, Issue 4, Pages 1135 - 1147 2017-11-07

Kimlik Politikasını Yeniden Düşünmek: Çağdaş Tanınma Tartışmasının Birikimi
Rethinking Identity Politics

Fırat MOLLAER [1]

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This article examines contemporary recognition debate. ‘Recognition debate’ is a term which refers to a political-philosophical exchange’ basically took place between Axel Honneth and Nancy Fraser. The main idea of the debate is to examine if concepts of Hegelian phenomenology such as ‘struggle for recognition’ is appropriate for understanding contemporary identity politics and is possible to reconcile categories of recognition and redistribution. The aim of the article, drawing on the debate between these theorists, is to provide a new thinking for identity politics and struggle for recognition.

Bu makale çağdaş tanınma teorisi tartışmalarını analiz etmektedir. Çağdaş tanınma tartışması Axel Honneth ve Nancy Fraser arasında geçen, kimlik ve tanınma mücadelesi hakkında yapılmış bir dizi tartışmanın genel adıdır. Tartışmanın ana fikri, Hegelci fenomenolojinin ‘tanınma mücadelesi’ gibi kavramlarının kimlik politikalarını anlamak için uygun bir felsefi temel sunup sunmadığı sorunuyla tanınma (recognition) ve bölüşüm (redistribution) gibi kategorilerin birbiriyle nasıl uzlaştırılacağıdır. Bu makalenin amacı, bu tartışmanın çözümlenmesi aracılığıyla kimlik politikaları ve tanınma mücadelesi sorunları üzerinde yeniden düşünülmesini sağlamaktır.

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Subjects Social
Journal Section Sociology
Authors

Author: Fırat MOLLAER
Institution: YILDIRIM BEYAZIT ÜNİVERSİTESİ, SİYASAL BİLGİLER FAKÜLTESİ
Country: Turkey


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