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(Im)possible Universalism : Remarks on the Politics and Ethics of Grammar. / Pin-Fat, Veronique.

In: E-International Relations, 29.07.2016, p. 1-5.

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title = "(Im)possible Universalism: Remarks on the Politics and Ethics of Grammar",
abstract = "This article provides a brief synopsis of the main arguments in Universality, Ethics and International Relations: A Grammatical Reading (Pin-Fat, 2010). In what I hope is a more accessible form than the monograph, I focus on two aspects: (1) the importance of grammatical readings as an ethical and political practice (“doing”) [1] and; (2) also understanding claims to universality as political and ethical practices rather than as the identification of universal foundations (metaphysics).",
author = "Veronique Pin-Fat",
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publisher = "E-International Relations Publishing",

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