Hadji Haidar, H; (2001) Tolerance Versus Neutrality: a critical analysis of liberal neutrality. Transcendent Philosophy , 2 (3) 69 - 83.
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Examines the failure of liberalism in providing a convincing justification for the neutrality of the liberal state. Rather, liberalism should be conceived of as providing a secure ground for toleration.
|Title:||Tolerance Versus Neutrality: a critical analysis of liberal neutrality|
|Keywords:||Liberalism, Neutrality, Toleration, the Privilege of Liberalism|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Political Science|
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