La religione, le religioni e il progetto politico di J. Rawls
Keywords:J. Rawls, religion, political turn, justificatory liberalism, stability
The essay explores the relationship between religion and Rawls from the perspective of some issues that are central to his political project: political autonomy, public reason and the implications of the fact of pluralism for the development of the idea of decent peoples. Religion has a dual dimension in political liberalism, plural and singular. The problem of the liberal political transition is to allow these two dimensions to coexist harmoniously within the liberal political project.
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