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Journal of Moral Philosophy 7 (3):303-320 (2010)
|Abstract||Isaiah Berlin repeatedly attempted to derive liberalism from value pluralism. It is generally agreed that Berlin's arguments fail; however, neo-Berlinians have taken up the project of securing the entailment. This paper begins with an account of why the Berlinian project seems attractive to contemporary theorists. I then examine Berlin's argument. With this background in place, I argue that recent attempts by William Galston and George Crowder to rescue the Berlinian project do not succeed|
|Keywords||WILLIAM GALSTON ISAIAH BERLIN LIBERALISM VALUE PLURALISM JOHN RAWLS GEORGE CROWDER|
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