Individual autonomy, group self determination and the assimilation of indigenous cultures
The most successful effort to reconcile the apparent irreconcilable clash of liberal and communitarian values has often been identified with the political philosophy of Will Kymlicka. Communitarians argue that liberals emphasise the value of the individual to the exclusion of the community, and urge us to reaffirm the value of the community and extend the protections necessary for its survival. Kymlicka argued that theoretically, there was no inherent conflict between valuing the individual and...[Show more]
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