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Vluchtelingen en immigratie

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Michael Dummett, eminent filosoof en scherpzinnig maatschappijcriticus, pleit al vele jaren voor een eerlijke behandeling van immigranten en vluchtelingen in Europa. In dit inzichtelijke boek heeft hij voor de eerste keer al zijn gedachten over deze belangrijke kwestie gebundeld.
Paperback, 183 pages
Published March 21st 2002 by Routledge (first published May 21st 2001)
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Casper Denck

Cross-posted here: http://nicodemist.wordpress.com/2010/...


The Thinking in Action series has a number of significant philosophers among its author such as John Caputo, Zizek, Derrida and Mouffe. In On Immigration and Refugees Michael Dummett branches out into territory outside his academic specialism – Dummett is Emeritus Professor of Logic at Oxford University and usually works in the areas of logic, metaphysics and the philosophy of mathematics. Generally the feeling from the internet based re
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Mark Cowling
Apr 05, 2016 Mark Cowling rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A mixed analysis

This book deals with a really important issue. Much of the criticism of policies on immigration and of governments and the press, are incisive and well documented. Dummett is in the odd position of being a leading philosopher appealing to justice, but saying relatively little about contemporary theories in this area.
Neil
A little one sided but a good exploration of what responsibilities nations have to immigrants and refugees under international law and how many countries are failing to meet these or, in some cases, actively working out ways in which to fail. I would love to hear some rebuttal of the points brought up within this book.
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