Book Reviews

Can Rawls resolve conflicts over religious liberty?

By Nathan S. Chapman ● Law and Liberty ● 10/16/2017

In Religious Freedom in an Egalitarian Age, Nelson Tebbe, surveys the newfound tensions between religious liberty and legal equity in an age of egalitarianism. Using a method of moral reasoning called “social coherence” as a means to conciliate such “conflicts,” Tebbe offers a wide-ranging and innovative approach to legal and political questions.

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