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Dialogue as normative grounds and object of critique
Naomi Head

. 66 Habermas, cited in Payrow Shabani, Democracy, Power, and Legitimacy, 71. 67 R. Wolff, In Defense of Anarchism (New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1970 ), 23–7. 68

in Justifying violence
Historical trends and contemporary issues
Lee Jarvis
Michael Lister

at any other time in history, before or since’ (Jensen 2006 : 370). Anarchism is often regarded as a significant driver of such movements (for a review see Hubac-Occhipinti 2006 ), although the causal relationship between ideas and membership of clandestine organisations is, at best, tenuous (Stevens 2011 ). As Jackson et al. ( 2011 : 160) argue in the context of religious terrorism, a ‘key

in Anti-terrorism, citizenship and security