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    Tolerance and Liberal Justice.Daniel Augenstein - 2010 - Ratio Juris 23 (4):437-459.
    Tolerance, the mere “putting up” with disapproved behaviour and practices, is often considered a too negative and passive engagement with difference in the liberal constitutional state. In response, liberal thinkers have either discarded tolerance, or assimilated it to the moral and legal precepts of liberal justice. In contradistinction to these approaches I argue that there is something distinctive and valuable about tolerance that should not be undermined by more ambitious, rights-based models of social cooperation. I develop a conception of tolerance (...)
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    Freedom of Religion and the Politics of the Liberal Public-Private Divide.Daniel Augenstein - 2015 - Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy 44 (1):8-23.