Hobbes on public worship /Jeremy Waldron Spinoza on why the sovereign can command men's tongues but not their minds Michael A. Rosenthal Pierre Bayle's reflexive theory of toleration /Rainer Forst Locke's main argument for toleration /Alex Tuckness Themode and limits of John Stuart Mill's toleration /Glyn Morgan Is toleration a political virtue? /David Heyd Forbearant and engaged toleration: a comment on David Heyd /Kathryn Abrams "Virtuous to himself": pluralistic democracy and the toleration of tolerations /Andrew Sabl Toleration and liberal commitments /Steven D. Smith Toleration and truth: comments on Steven D. Smith /Rainer Forst How impoverishing is liberalism? A comment on Steven D. Smith /Glyn Morgan Is there logical space on the moral map for toleration? A brief comment on Smith, Morgan, and Forst /Lawrence A. Alexander Toleration, politics, and the role of mutuality /Ingrid Creppell Toleration, politics, and the role of mutuality /Glen Newey Morality, self-interest, and the politics of toleration /Noah Feldman Tolerance as/in civilizational discourse /Wendy Brown.
Papers presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Political and Legal Philosophy in Atlanta, Ga., on January 2-3, 2004.
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