Review of Robert B. Talisse, Democracy and Moral Conflict (Cambridge UP, 2009) [Book Review]

Philosophical Quarterly 61 (244):666-668 (2011)
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The review argues that Talisse's epistemic defense of democracy in his "Democracy and Moral Conflict," albeit novel and interesting, falls prey to an epistemic analogue of the problem of reasonable moral pluralism that Rawls famously posed for moral justifications of democracy.
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