reasonable pluralism

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Reasonable pluralism is a term coined by John Rawls in his later works on political liberalism. Rawls uses the term to denote the fact of a plurality of reasonable, though irreconcilable, moral, religious, or philosophical doctrines.


Subjects: Law.

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