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Critical Social Work
In this paper I draw from critical work on the historical, social, political, economic, and cultural functions of race, to trace how Axel Honneth's recognition as a critical social theory of justice is activated through racial thinking. In my analyses, I outline the need to theorize recognition as a "racial recognition"; complicating current theories, which seem to continuously inscribe the bourgeois white male as the true provider of justice and the bearer of rights; the true subject. Criticaldoi:10.22329/csw.v14i2.5883 fatcat:2eyng7itsfdqbh6y7vwskkg7da