is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Villanova (Philadelphia) and director of the Workshop for Critical Theory at the Centre parisien d'études critiques.
A dialogue with Nancy Fraser
The fall of communism sucked the energy out of social-egalitarian movements, argues Nancy Fraser. Yet it also brought renewals. In the era of globalization, the campaign for redistribution concentrates increasingly on inequalities between, rather than within, nations. [more]