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" To this political liberalism says: our exercise of political power is fully proper only when it is exercised in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of... "
Religion in Politics: Constitutional and Moral Perspectives - Pagina 58
de Michael J. Perry - 1999 - 177 pagini
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Social Justice and Political Change

James R Kluegel David S Mason Bernd Wegener
...exercised in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of principles and ideals acceptable to their common human reason. (1993:137) Rawis is thus led to espouse a methodology constraining him to...
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The Cambridge Companion to Habermas

Stephen White, Stephen K. White, Stephen Solomon White, White Stephen K. - 1995 - 354 pagini
...exercised in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of principles and ideals acceptable to their common human reason" or, as he also puts it, "acceptable to them as reasonable and rational."...
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Demokratia: A Conversation on Democracies, Ancient and Modern

Josiah Ober, Charles Hedrick - 1996 - 466 pagini
...power which citizens exercise over one another when fundamental questions are at stake" is legitimate "only when it is exercised in accordance with a constitution...principles and ideals acceptable to them as reasonable and rational."1 This way of thinking eliminates the possibility that democracy may have been, and still...
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Religion in Public Life: A Dilemma for Democracy

Ronald F. Thiemann - 1996 - 186 pagini
...power — "in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of principles and ideals acceptable to their common human reason."33 As an example of an unreasonable political view, Rawls points to the...
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Against the Law

Paul F. Campos, Pierre Schlag, Steven Douglas Smith - 1996 - 277 pagini
...exercised in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of principles and ideals acceptable to their common human reason. This is the liberal principle of legitimacy."8 This idea, as Rawls acknowledges,...
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Free Public Reason: Making It Up As We Go

Fred D'Agostino - 1996 - 216 pagini
...exercised in accordance with a constitution the essentials of which all citizens as free and equal may reasonably be expected to endorse in the light of principles and ideals acceptable to their common human reason. This is the liberal principle of legitimacy." 1 I try to show in this book...
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Deliberative Democracy: Essays on Reason and Politics

James Bohman, William Rehg, MIT Press - 1997 - 447 pagini
...ideals must we exercise that power if our doing so is to be justifiable to others as free and equal? To this question political liberalism replies: our...ideal of citizenship imposes a moral, not a legal, The Idea of Public Reason duty — the duty of civility — to be able to explain to one another on...
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Beyond Neutrality: Perfectionism and Politics

George Sher, Professor of Philosophy George Sher - 1997 - 251 pagini
...overwhelming power. 26 These facts, he says, support a "principle of liberal legitimacy," which asserts that our exercise of political power is proper and hence...ideals acceptable to them as reasonable and rational. 27 Although Rawls does not take this principle to require the exclusion of comprehensive doctrines...
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Beyond Neutrality: Perfectionism and Politics

George Sher, Professor of Philosophy George Sher - 1997 - 251 pagini
...overwhelming power.26 These facts, he says, support a "principle of liberal legitimacy," which asserts that our exercise of political power is proper and hence...principles and ideals acceptable to them as reasonable and rational.27 Although Rawls does not take this principle to require the exclusion of comprehensive doctrines...
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Religion in the Public Square: The Place of Religious Convictions in ...

Robert Audi, Nicholas Wolterstorff - 1997 - 180 pagini
...and certainly not liberalism in general — as committed to it. Let me explain. Rawls does say that "our exercise of political power is proper and hence...light of principles and ideals acceptable to them as rational and reasonable" (217) and that citizens "should be ready to explain the basis of their actions...
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