Published December 31, 2003
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Dario Castiglione (Editor), Catriona McKinnon (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
This book brings together a group of international scholars, many of whom have already contributed to the debate on toleration, and who are offering fresh thoughts and approaches to it. The essays of this collection are written from a variety of perspectives: historical, analytical, normative, and : Dario Castiglione; Catriona McKinnon. Read "Toleration, Neutrality and Democracy" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book brings together a group of international scholars, many of Brand: Springer Netherlands. Catriona McKinnon and Dario Castiglione It is not an overstatement to say that toleration is one of the most important issues for the defmition of a moral and political theory with application to modem globalised societies. Toleration is a value which no politician in any liberal democratic society . / Peter Jones --Neutrality, toleration, and reasonable agreement / Colin Farrelly --John Stuart Mill as a theorist of toleration / Graham Finlay --Is a tolerant democracy a rubber duck? / Glen Newey --The enforcement of toleration / Frederic R. Kellogg --The fraught relation between toleration and democracy / Maurizio Passerin d'Entrèves.
Toleration, Neutrality and Democracy. [Dario Castiglione; Catriona McKinnon] -- The first part of this collection traces the passage of toleration from a moral to . This book brings collectively a gaggle of worldwide college students, plenty of whom have already contributed to the speak on toleration, and who’re offering current concepts and approaches to it. The essays of this assortment are written from various views: historic, analytical, normative, and approved. McKinnon, C. and Castiglione, D., eds. () Toleration, neutrality and democracy. Springer, New York, pp ISBN Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. See Guidance on citing. Toleration is a matter of principled restraint with respect to differences which are opposed, either at the personal or at the political level. With respect to the former level, the tolerant.
Publication metadata. Author(s): Jones P Editor(s): Castiglioni D; McKinnon C Publication type: Book Chapter Publication status: Published Book Title: Toleration, Democracy and Neutrality Year: Pages: Publisher: Kluwer Place Published: Dordrecht Library holdings: Search Newcastle University Library for this item ISBN: XCited by: John Rawls identifies the Reformation and religious toleration following in its aftermath as the historical origins of political liberalism. 1 Both Rawls and Joseph Raz argue that toleration is a moral virtue for a liberal constitutional order. 2 Moreover, they claim that a politically liberal state may promote toleration without compromising Cited by: 1. Lee "Toleration, Neutrality and Democracy" por disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book brings together a group of international scholars, many of whom have already contributed to the debate on tole Español. Toleration and Neutrality: Compatible Ideals? _7. In book: Toleration, Neutrality and Democracy (pp to address the politically relevant issues of toleration arising in pluralistic.