Liberal Loyalty

Liberal Loyalty

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Drawing on Kant, Rousseau, and Habermas, Stilz argues that we owe civic obligations to the state if it is sufficiently just, and that constitutionally enshrined principles of justice in themselves are grounds for obedience to our particular state and for democratic solidarity with our fellow citizens.As we saw, equally free individuals must possess rights that are not naturally defineda€”what Kant calls acquired rights. Kanta#39;s main assertion is that the only way to a€œfill ina€ the terms of our acquired rights consistently with each persona#39;s innateanbsp;...

Title:Liberal Loyalty
Author: Anna Stilz
Publisher:Princeton University Press - 2009-07-26

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