27 04, 2018

Racist Ideas, Justice, and Freedom: A Review and Reflection on Ibram Kendi’s ‘Stamped from the Beginning’

By |2019-03-29T04:53:48+00:00April 27th, 2018|Arts & Letters, Justice, Practice, Theory|0 Comments

Stamped From the Beginning is filled with implications for political theory, both regarding distributive justice, and how we conceptualize freedom, showing limits to the typical bifurcation of freedom into its positive and negative variants.

24 08, 2017

Right to Silence in the Age of Aadhaar

By |2019-03-30T04:31:18+00:00August 24th, 2017|Justice, Practice|1 Comment

Unless the right to silence comes of age and accommodates the technological challenges posed by biometric ID systems, the lacuna in the law which distinguishes between password and fingerprint locks can be exploited to render the fundamental right to silence -- which is often the last bastion of civil society -- an abortive ideal.

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