- Title Pages
- Editor's Introduction
- 1 The Paradoxical Role of Coercion in the Theory of Political Liberalism
- 2 An Engagement with Rorty
- 3 The Justificatory Liberalism of Gerald Gaus
- 4 What Are the Prospects for Public Reason Liberalism?
- 5 Liberal Democracy as Equal Political Voice
- 6 Exercising One's Political Voice as a Moral Engagement
- 7 On Secular and Theistic Groundings of Human Rights
- 8 Grounding the Rights We Have as Human Persons
- 9 The Right of the People to a Democratic State: Reflections on a Passage in Althusius
- 10 Accounting for the Political Authority of the State
- 11 Why Can’t We All Just Get Along With Each Other?
- 12 Freedom for Religion
- 13 Do Christians Have Good Reasons for Supporting Liberal Democracy?
- 14 A Religious Argument for the Civil Right to Freedom of Religious Exercise, Drawn from American History
- 15 Habermas on Religion and Postmetaphysical Philosophy in Political Discourse
- Understanding Liberal Democracy
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