By Dennis Hopeless
Reunited finally, the All-New X-Men hit the line on a challenge to jot down their very own futures and be the heroes they suspect mutantkind wishes most.
But it's enormously difficult to forge forward while the immovable BLOB is status within the way!
And he's no longer the one one along with his attractions set at the younger X-Men...
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In my view, the multiculturalists have the stronger a rgument here. ) But that is not the point I wish t o stress here . The point, rather, is that the argument is rightly cast in terms of parity of participation. For the status model, this is precisely where the controversy should be joined. As in the case of same-sex marriage, so in the case of cultural and religious claims, too: participatory p arity is the proper standard for warranting claims. Differences in its inter pretation n o twithstanding , the norm of participatory parity serves to evaluate such recognition claims deontolo gically without any need for ethical evaluation of the cultural or , religi ous prac tices in qu estion .
Cannot be applied monologically, in the manner of a de cision procedure. There, as we saw, the issue ultimately turns o n the effects of the foulard on the status of girls. But those effects cannot be calculated by an algorithmic metric or method. On the contrary, they can only be determined dialogically, by the give and take of arguments in which co nflicting judgments are - - S O C I A L J U ST I C E IN THE AGE O F IDENTITY P O LITICS 43 sifted and rival interpretations are weighed. More generally, there is no wholly transparent perspicuous sign that accompa nies partic ip atory parity, announcing its arrival for all to see.
Can existing theories of recognition adequately subsume problems of distri bution? Here too, I contend the answer is no . To be sure, some theorists of recognition appreciate the importance of economic equality and seek to accommodate it in their accounts. But once again the results are not wholly satisfactory. Axel Honneth, for example, assumes a reductive culturalist view of distribution. 36 In fact, however, as we saw, not all maldistribution is a by-product of misrecognition. Witness the case of the skilled white male industrial worker who becomes unemployed due to a factory cl osing resulting from a speculative corporate merger.
All-New X-Men v2 004 by Dennis Hopeless