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Title: R. Michael Salter and Kim McGuire: The Lived Experience of Hate Crime: Towards a Phenomenological Approach [Book Review]
Authors: Krishnaswamy, R.
Keywords: The Lived Experience of Hate Crims
Book review
Issue Date: Apr-2020
Publisher: Jindal Global Law Review
Citation: Krishnaswamy, R. (April, 2020).R. Michael Salter and Kim McGuire: The Lived Experience of Hate Crime: Towards a Phenomenological Approach [Book Review]. Jindal Global Law Review, 11(1), 181-186.
Abstract: Michael Salter and Kim McGuire’s joint work, The Lived Experience of Hate Crime: Towards a Phenomenological Approach, published by Springer, is a work that showcases a new avenue, in this case, the phenomenon of hate crime, in which phenomenological methods can be applied. The work is broadly an elaboration of Husserl’s critique of naturalism. From within that critique, the authors discuss in detail how the legalistic approach to hate crime commits many of the faults that the ‘natural attitude’ is wont to commit, if unchecked in its ontological presuppositions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/4361
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