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4 In S earch of the C riterion which Governs the Distinction 1 I f the distinction between left a n d right c ontinues to b e u s e d i n spite o f repeated challenges , the problem shifts from p roving its legitimacy �� an examination of the criteria p roposed for that legitimacy . the distinction , given that ' left ' and ' right' are used to designate differences in thought and political activity? It should be remembered that the left/right distinction was first attacked because it was thought that the criteria that had been used until then were not clearly defined, or had become misleading as time had passed and circumstances change d .

While the 'included middle' could be expressed by the formula ' neither . . nor . . ' , the 'inclusive middle ' could be abbreviated to 'both . . and . . ' . In political deb ate the 'inclusive middle' is us ually presented as an attempt at a third way - that is to say, as something which transcends the politics of left and right , unlike the centre , which is simply in between the left and the right. In p ractice , the third way is in the centre ; but in theory , it claims not to be a compromise between two extremes , but to supersede them both , and therefore it accepts and suppresses them at the same time (in contrast to the 'included middle ' , which rej ects and separate s ) .

And . . ' . In political deb ate the 'inclusive middle' is us ually presented as an attempt at a third way - that is to say, as something which transcends the politics of left and right , unlike the centre , which is simply in between the left and the right. In p ractice , the third way is in the centre ; but in theory , it claims not to be a compromise between two extremes , but to supersede them both , and therefore it accepts and suppresses them at the same time (in contrast to the 'included middle ' , which rej ects and separate s ) .

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