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Volume 25 • Number 4

October 2011


Introduction: Convergence Justifications in Public Reason 257
Kevin Vallier  
Convergence and Consensus in Public Reason 261
Kevin Vallier  
Consensus, Convergence, and Religiously Justified Coercion 281
Christopher J. Eberle  
A Tale of Two Sets: Public Reason in Equilibrium 305
Gerald Gaus  
Convergence and Political Autonomy 327
Paul Weithman  
Public Justification of What? Coercion vs. Decision as Competing Frames for the Basic Principle of Justificatory Liberalism 349
Andrew Lister  


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