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Cheli S. (2017) On doubt and otherness: Deconstructing power and dissent. In: Baiasu S. & Loriaux S. (eds.) Sincerity in Politics and International Relations. Routledge, London: 122–136. Fulltext at
Excerpt: Sincerity and ethics are two elusive and multifaceted constructs. As people and contexts change, ethical questions look similar, whereas answers do not. From my point of view, talking about ethics means asking oneself why lying or conflicting, for example, could be the preferable choices for someone. It means bringing both one’s own and other people’s assumptions into question, and to recognise that doubt is perhaps the path toward otherness. The goal of the present chapter is to explore the role of epistemological doubt in dealing with different people and political dissent.

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