Eight papers from the West Political Science Association (WPSA) 2012 Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon, March 22 - 24, 2012:
Alexander Kaufman (Georgia) -
Rawls and Kantian Constructivism
Paul Weithman (Notre Dame) -
Is Justice as Fairness a Religious View?
Andrius Galisanka (UCLA Berkeley) -
Linguistic Philosophy and John Rawls's Reflective Equilibrium
Darren Walhof (Grand Valley) -
Public Justice, Not Public Reason: Religion and the Ethics of Democratic Citizenship
William Curtis (Portland) -
Rorty, Relgion, and Pragmatic Liberalism
Mark Redhead (Fullerton) -
What's So Post about the Post-Secular?
Jason Maloy (Oklahoma) -
The Fallacy of Electoral Accountability
Aubin Calvert & Mark Warren (British Columbia) -
Can Deliberative Mini-Publics Overcome the Anti-Deliberative Effects of Framing?
More papers here.
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