Introduction. The practice of law-making and the problem of difference / Omid Payrow Shabani pt. I. The nature of political deliberation in pluralistic societies. The practice of law-making and the problem of difference: one view of the field / James Tully ; Dialogical freedom and democratic deliberation / Thomas McCarthy ; Perspicuous representation vs. normative theory: remarks of Tully's approach to recognition / Jocelyn Maclure pt. II. The nature of legal interpretation in pluralistic societies. A judicial ethic for a pluralistic age / Jeremy Webber ; Disagreement and the legitimacy of legal interpretation / Kenneth Baynes ; It is not in heaven! Adjudicating hard cases / Simone Chambers pt. III. Reconciling equality and difference within the law. Status versus equality: the accommodation of difference / Jeremy Waldron ; Equality and the dialectic between identity and difference / Michel Rosenfeld ; Republicanism and difference: hegelian perspective / Douglas Moggach pt. IV. The global dimension. The kantian project of the constitutionalization of international law: does it still have a chance? / Jürgen Habermas ; Habermas, cosmopolitanism and the constitutionalization of international law / Neil Walker ; Rights to culture, autonomy and participation: the evolving basis of minority rights in Europe / Will Kymlicka ; Democratic engagement with ethnic minority claims: a methodological intervention into a normative debate / Courtney Jung.
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