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The Links between Religion and Intolerance (2011)
Journal Article
Nehushtan, Y. (2011). The Links between Religion and Intolerance. Philosophy and Theology, 23(1), 91-132. https://doi.org/10.5840/philtheol20112315

This paper explores two main arguments. The first argument is that religious persons—because they are religious persons—are likely to be more intolerant than non-religious persons. This argument is supported by decisive empirical evidence. The second... Read More about The Links between Religion and Intolerance.

Affective displacements: Understanding emotions and sexualities in refugee law (2011)
Journal Article
(2011). Affective displacements: Understanding emotions and sexualities in refugee law. https://doi.org/10.1177/1037969X1103600308

Validating asylum claims on the basis of a person’s sexual orientation relies on discerning what constitutes sexuality and a ‘well founded fear’ of persecution. This administrative process works by suturing narratives of ‘functioning’ sexuality to sp... Read More about Affective displacements: Understanding emotions and sexualities in refugee law.

Grindring Bodies: Racial and Affective Economies of Online Queer Desire (2011)
Journal Article
(2011). Grindring Bodies: Racial and Affective Economies of Online Queer Desire

Online technologies provide new participatory spaces for gay men to organise sexual and intimate encounters. While these spaces are often characterised as enabling new forms of sexual subjectivity and queer sociability, they mobilise new sexual templ... Read More about Grindring Bodies: Racial and Affective Economies of Online Queer Desire.

The Principle of Tolerance (2011)
Journal Article
Nehushtan, Y. (2011). The Principle of Tolerance. (TAU) Tel-Aviv University Law Review (Iyunei Mishpat), 34, 5-46

The Problem of Counterfactuals in Substituted Judgement Decision‐Making (2011)
Journal Article
WRIGLEY, A. (2011). The Problem of Counterfactuals in Substituted Judgement Decision‐Making. Journal of Applied Philosophy, 28(2), 169-187. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-5930.2011.00516.x

The standard by which we apply decision-making for those unable to do so for themselves is an important practical ethical issue with substantial implications for the treatment and welfare of such individuals. The approach to proxy or surrogate decisi... Read More about The Problem of Counterfactuals in Substituted Judgement Decision‐Making.