Review of Tommie Shelby's Dark Ghettos: injustice, dissent and reform [Book Review]

Theory and Research in Education 15 (2):230-232 (2017)
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It is rare to find a book in political philosophy whose arguments successfully utilize both ideal and non-ideal theory. Rarer still does one find a book in political philosophy that takes seriously the proposition that the oppressed are not merely passive victims to injustice, but rather rational and moral agents, capable of making meaningful and informed choices concerning those things they have reason to value. Dark Ghettos does both.
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