The Burden of Democracy: The Claims of Cultures, Public Culture, and Democratic Memory

Lexington Books (2012)
The burden of difference: pluralist justice and the public sphere -- Moral conversations and democratic hermeneutics -- Particularism versus universalism: a false debate? -- Secularism, culture, and critique -- Laïcité and the memory of public culture -- The ties that bind: public culture and the debt to the past -- Normative solidarity and public hermeneutics -- From intersubjectivity to encounter -- Exit of religion, debt of meaning.
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Call number JC423.S7215 2012
ISBN(s) 9780739126295   0739126296
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