According to Young, the main features of "rationality" in modern political thought arose from an excluding process, which becomes evident once a closer look is addressed to the basic validity standards of public discourse. [...] this would imply refusing the intrinsic normativity that Benhabib finds in the model of rational argumentative justification, which is based on standards of universalization that cannot in the end get along without any problem with her conception of "concrete" other and with its main features: situatedness, concreteness, particularity.
COMPLEX IDENTITIES: SEYLA BENHABIB BETWEEN FEMINISM AND DISCOURSE Edoardo Toniolatti Philosophy Today; Spring 2009; 53,
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