The two parts of this thesis are directed to one question: Whether the principles of Toleration are morally binding. The first part states what those principles are; the second examines several arguments meant to show that they are morally binding. In the first part I have aimed at completeness, but the second part does not purport to be a complete treatment of the reasons for Toleration, still less of the reasons that seem to some people to require or justify intolerance. Chapter 3, in...[Show more]
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