When people disagree about justice and about individual rights, how should political decisions be made among them? How should they decide about issues like tax policy, welfare provision, criminal procedure, discrimination law, hate speech, pornography, political dissent and the limits of religious toleration? The most familiar answer is that these decisions should be made democratically, by majority voting among the people or their representatives. Often, however, this answer is qualified by adding ' providing that the ...

Law and Disagreement 2001, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9780199243037

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Law and Disagreement 1999, OUP Oxford, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198262138