Pluralism without Relativism

Pluralism without Relativism : Remembering Sir Isaiah Berlin

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Pluralism Without Relativism brings together noted scholars to debate Sir Isaiah Berlin's concept of liberty and his views on pluralism and free society.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 216 pages
  • 152 x 229mm
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • bibliography, index
  • 073910280X
  • 9780739102800
  • 2,129,108

Table of contents

Introduction; Value Pluralism and Liberal Political Theory - William Galston; Liberalism and the Limits of Pluralism - Stephen Macedo; Isaiah Berlin's Dilemma - Steven Lukes; Pluralism within the Limits of Reason: from Isaiah Berlin to David Hume - Chandran Kukathas; The Civic Rhetoric of Isaiah Berlin - James H. Nichols; Pluralism against Liberalism - John Kekes; Pluralism and the Market: Historical Reflections from Voltaire through Hayek and Beyond - Jerry Muller; Liberal and Illiberal Pluralisms - Steven Kautz; Pluralism without Relativism? Charles Taylor's Response to the "Politics of Recognition." - Clifford Orwin; Religious Pluralism and the Liberty of Conscience - Lucas Swaine.show more

About Joao Carlos Espada

Joao Carlos Espada is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon and Director of the Institute for Political Studies at the Portuguese Catholic University. Marc F. Plattner is Co-editor of the Journal of Democracy and Co-director of the International Forum for Democratic Studies. Adam Wolfson is Executive Editor of The Public Interest.show more