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Critical Review 13 (1-2):115-127 (1999)
Abstract By viewing toleration?which is usually interpreted as a personal attitude?through the lens of peaceful coexistence, Michael Walzer links toleration to political arrangements. The consequence of this approach is to blur basic political categories such as the state, political power, culture, and political creed. Moreover, while Walzer clearly prefers an immigrant society as embodying the practice of toleration more fully than any other regime, he fails to identify either its cultural or its political preconditions.
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