The Theological-Political Tension in Liberalism

Philosophy and Theology 4 (3):267-281 (1990)
Abstract
The tension ia liberal political theory between religious commitment and poIitical citizenship is examined first within the framework or Rousseau’s political theory, and secondly within the context of Hegel’s account of the stale. I conclude with some reflections upon the tension as it occurs among contemporary political theorists
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