Principles of Political Liberalism
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Political liberalism supports that political stability can be achieved by the development of the conception of justice that accommodates the existence of pluralism or personal differences among reasonable people, particularly, those that are related to comprehensive ideas.Political liberalism holds that stability can be achieved through the recognition that conflict will always endure as a result of freedom allowed in liberal democratic societies; through the recognition, tolerance and respect to each person's individuality, freedom, and equality as well as the existence of a principle or idea that is common to all reason.
... self-determination of the nation, etc. have received the wide circulation. Liberalism proved necessity of economic freedom at national and international levels, considered it necessary to aspire to the increasing interdependence and integration both in economy and in politics. Liberals after the World War I have formulated the program of 'reorganization' of the international relations, which are based on the other principles, rather than offered by realists. The liberal school was based on the assumption that interests of people, societies and the states basically are harmonious, and the aspiration to the order and the world is natural both for the person, and for a society. In spite of ... View details
... ed., Religion and Contemporary Liberalism, 148; and Nicholas Wolterstorff, "Why We Should Reject What Liberalism Tells Us about Speaking and Acting in Public for Religious Reasons," in Weithman, 177. Rawls, "The Idea of Public Reason Revisited," 152. Rawls, Cf. "The Idea of Public Reason Revisited," 133-136, with the earlier formulation in Political Liberalism, 215. Rawls, J A Theory of Justice Regis Jr Edward, Gewirth's Ethical Rationalism Rorty,Richard; "Religion as a Conversation Stopper," in Rorty, Philosophy and Social Hope (Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1999), 168-174. Skorupsle, J. The Cambridge companion to mill, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK (1998). Smart JJC and ... View details
... of realism and cautious optimism" (Holmes). Another major consideration of the theory of the Liberalism is its perspectives of the state. We can very well understand that the most critical feature of the state according to Liberalism is its principle of jurisdiction. It may be understood that there is some area of supremacy and influence for the state and it does not cross this limit. The principles of Liberalism on state may be summarized as follows. "The first principle of the liberal theory of the state is that the state is not superior to other institutions. That is not to say that the state is an inferior institution The second principle of the liberal theory of the state is that the ... View details