Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 465-516) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
What are public reasons? On religion and politics in liberal democracies Religion and public reasons : making laws and evaluating candidates How persuasive is natural law theory? Natural law and public reasons Hart's rule of recognition and the United States Too thin and too rich : distinguishing features of legal positivism Legal enforcement of morality Law and objectivity : how people are treated How empty is the idea of equality? "Prescriptive equality" : two steps forward From the bottom up Distinguishing justifications from excuses Promise, benefit, and need : ties that bind us to the law Punishment A vice of its virtues : the perils of precision in criminal codification, as illustrated by retreat, general justification, and dangerous utterances "Clear and present danger" and criminal speech Free speech justifications Insults and epithets : are they protected speech? Five questions about religion judges are afraid to ask Religious toleration and claims of conscience.
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