The Multiculturalism of Fear

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Index
Aborigines, Australian 41 , 107 , 120 , 142-5 , 168-71 , 174-5 , 176-9 , 185 , 188 , 189 , 217 , 220-1 , 239-40 , 242 , 245
Acton, Lord 8 , 12 , 42-3 , 74
adverse possession 18 , 65 , 162 , 192 , 216-21
Alsace-Loraine, see France, nationalism or nationhood of
Amish 113 , 117 , 128-9 , 140 , 149-50
Anderson, Benedict 6 n . , 87 , 202
Anti-Procrusteanism 107-8
Aotearoa, see New Zealand
apologies 18 , 238-48
Arendt, Hannah 17 , 51 , 249
assimilation 10-11 , 41-3 , 47 , 105 see also forced incorporation
assistance rights 133-7
Australia 155-6 , 222-3 see also Aborigines, Australian ; Australian Law Reform Commission ; Coe v Commonwealth ; Mabo v Queensland ; Milirrupum v Nabalco ; Native Title Act ;
Australian Law Reform Commission 169 , 185
Baker Lake v Minister of indian Affairs 145 n . , 175-6
Barber, Benjamin 92 , 111
Barry, Brian 130
Bauer, Otto 48 n .
Berlin, Isaiah 75-6 , 98 , 102-3 , 105-7 , 110
Bombay 28-9
Bosnia, see Yugoslavia and successor states
Brubaker, Rogers 41-2 , 74 , 79 , 205 n .
Buchanan, Allen 64-5 , 137 n . , 140
Burke, Edmund 207-8
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms 192
Canovan, Margaret 96
Carberry, Josiah 124
Carens, Joseph 4 n . , 136 n . , 192 , 212 n .
Calhoun, Craig 93
Coe v Commonwealth 171
common law incorporation, see incorporation
communitarianism, moderate and generalized (MGC) 70-8 , 81
Connor, Walker 6 , 42 , 74
consent 59
consociationalism 11 , 35 , 153 n .
Coulombe, Pierre 116
Crawford, James 142 , 145
Croatia, see Yugoslavia and successor states
cruelty 12 , 19-20 , 22 , 23-7 , 34-39 , 40-7 , 51-62 , 183 , 194-5 , and
humiliation 25-6
symbolic celebrations of 28-30 , 231-2 , 234-5
cultural defense 6 , 132
cultural pluralism, see pluralism, cultural or ethnic
cultural preservation 53-4 , 109-21
cultural rights 114-21 , 125-60
customary incorporation of indigenous law, see incorporation
D'Alembert, Jean Le Rond 21 , 53
Delgamuukw v British Columbia 177-8 , 221 n .
diversity 99 , 106-10
divorce, see marriage
Ethiopian Jews 223-7
ethnic cleansing 44 , 45
ethnic identity:
fluidity and constructedness of 9-10
and nationhood 197
transcendence of 7 , 10
ethnic politics, dangers of 42-4
exemptions 128-32
exit from cultural communities 54 , 112-18 , 190-1 , 194-5
external rules 116-18 , 138-42
fear and fearful political theory 33-8 see also negative consequentialism
female genital cutting 52 , 54-6

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