On justificatory liberalism
In a number of publications, Gerald Gaus has presented an ambitious account of political morality that gives the ideal of public justification pride of place. This article critically discusses Gausâ€™s characterization and defense of the ideal of public justification in politics. It also presents an account and an argument in support of first-person political justification.
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