Public Discourse and Agonistic Democracy

Cathleen Kaveny has a compelling new book I'm working through called Prophecy without Contempt: Religious Discourse in the Public Sphere. The topic of the book is plain enough in the title. I've read several prominent criticisms of Rawlsian liberal thinking about the need for "public reason" in public discourse. Sandel, for one, argues that the sort … Continue reading Public Discourse and Agonistic Democracy

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