Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 14 (4):509-512 (2011)
|Abstract||Lucas Swaine attempts to persuade theocrats of the value of liberty of conscience. But his promotion of principles of conscience for theocratic communities reveals a divided spirit in contemporary liberalism, which is torn between wanting to respect religion as it is and wanting to reform or liberalize it|
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