Pluralism: The Philosophy and Politics of Diversity

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Philosophy - 267 pages
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Cultural, moral and religious diversity is a pervasive feature of modern life, yet has only recently become the focus of intellectual debate. Pluralism is the first book to tackle philosophical pluralism and link pluralist themes in philosophy to politics. A range of essays investigates the philosophical sources of pluralism, the value of pluralism and liberalism, and difference in pluralism, including writings on women and the public-private distinction.
This is a valuable source for students of philosophy, politics and cultural studies.

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Maria Baghramian is Lecturer in Philosophy and Attracta Ingram is Lecturer in Politics, both at University College, Dublin, Ireland.

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