Does Rawls Support the Procedural Republic? A Procedural Republic? A Critical Response to Critical Response to Sandel's Democracy's Discontent
In Michael Sandel's latest book entitled ican republicanism, Aristotle, and Hegel, com- Democracy's Discontent (1996), he argues munitarians are critical of the individualistic that the prevailing public philosophy (what he methodology liberalism employs. Such a methcalls the procedural republic) that informs..
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