Ronald Dworkin, Religion, and Neutrality

14 Pages Posted: 12 Sep 2014

Date Written: September 8, 2014

Abstract

Ronald Dworkin’s posthumously published book, Religion Without God, has two theses. One of these, neutrality toward all conceptions of the good, is familiar from his earlier work, has been enormously influential, and is deeply mistaken. The other, about the common ground that unites religious and nonreligious people, is new, and although it may not attract a large following, it is correct and enormously important.

Keywords: Ronald Dworkin, Religion, Neutrality, Liberalism

JEL Classification: K10, K30

Suggested Citation

Koppelman, Andrew M., Ronald Dworkin, Religion, and Neutrality (September 8, 2014). 94 Boston University Law Review 1241 (2014); Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 14-38. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2493468

Andrew M. Koppelman (Contact Author)

Northwestern University School of Law ( email )

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Chicago, IL 60611
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312-503-8431 (Phone)

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