Democracy and Authenticity: Toward a Theory of Public Justification

Cambridge University Press (2011)
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Professor Howard Schweber analyzes whether there are limits to what counts as an appropriate justification for coercive government actions.
Keywords Democracy Philosophy  Authenticity (Philosophy  Liberalism  POLITICAL SCIENCE / History & Theory
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Call number JC423.S386 2011
ISBN(s) 9781107015333   1107015332
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