Public Reason. The Consensus and the Convergence View
Javni um. Konsenzualno i konvergentno viđenje
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Jonathan Quong proposes and defends the consensus, shared reasons, view of public reason. The proposal is opposed to the convergence view, defended, among others, by Gerald Gaus. The strong argument that Quong puts forward in opposition to the convergence view is represented by the sincerity argument. The present paper offers an argument that embraces a form of convergence and, at the same time, is engaged in respecting the requirement of sincerity.
Keywords:consensus / convergence / Gaus / Quong / javni um
Source:Filozofija i društvo, 2014, 75-95
- Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju