In this chapter I make yet another attempt to explain
why public-reason accounts are hopeless. I share the feeling that there are already in the literature strong reasons to reject specific public-reason accounts and perhaps that tradition more generally, but I think that more can be done—and that given the state of the field, more should be done. In this chapter, then, I try to develop some of the strongest, most general objections to public-reason accounts. For this reason, I do not focus on...[Show more]
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