Identities and Freedoms
This chapter briefly addresses the problem of distinguishing between identities as sources of oppression and identities as sources of freedom. I then reflect on the conceptions of freedom developed through this book, and suggest that the recognition of alternative modernities will require the acknowledgement of diverse conceptions of freedom.
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