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Religion in Politics

Robert B. Talisse

Vanderbilt University

January 31, 2010

The author defends a version of justificatory liberalism against a line of criticism developed by Christopher Eberle. Along the way, a conception of respect that liberal citizens owe to each other qua citizens is proposed. According to thins conception, respect requires citizens to both seek and find public justifications for their favored coercive laws.

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Keywords: Liberalism, Justificatory Liberalism, Public Reason, Christopher Eberle

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Date posted: February 1, 2010  

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Talisse, Robert B., Religion in Politics (January 31, 2010). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1545563 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1545563

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Vanderbilt University ( email )
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Department of Philosophy
Nashville, TN 37240
United States
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