Confronting Unreasonable People

Steve Scalet
Binghamton University
February 21st, 2003, 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Ellis 024

How should liberals address those who it judges are unreasonable? In this talk Professor Scalet examines John Rawls’s response to this question. Scalet argues that Rawls’s political conception of justice eliminates the possibility of having intellectual exchanges that are the due of at least some unreasonable persons.

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