Proclus: Neo-Platonic Philosophy and Science

Nicoli Nattrass (Author) Lucas Siorvanes (Author)
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Description

The distribution of incomes in South Africa in 2004, ten years after the transition to democracy, was probably more unequal than it had been under apartheid. In this book, Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass explain why this is so, offering a detailed and comprehensive analysis of inequality in South Africa from the midtwentieth century to the early twenty-first century. They show that the basis of inequality shifted in the last decades of the twentieth century from race to class. Formal deracialization of public policy did not reduce the actual disadvantages experienced by the poor nor the advantages of the rich. The fundamental continuity in patterns of advantage and disadvantage resulted from underlying continuities in public policy, or what Seekings and Nattrass call the "distributional regime." The post-apartheid distributional regime continues to divide South Africans into insiders and outsiders. The insiders, now increasingly multiracial, enjoy good access to well-paid, skilled jobs; the outsiders lack skills and employment.

Product Details

Price
$79.20
Publisher
Yale University Press
Publish Date
November 01, 2005
Pages
300
Dimensions
6.45 X 1.23 X 9.49 inches | 1.73 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780300068061
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About the Author

Lucas Siorvanes is lecturer in philosophy at King's College, University of London.