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<p>It is widely considered that minorities' rights and dignity are protected in liberal societies particularly in western liberal countries up to a level humanly possible. However, in this article I show that it's not as much heroic a theory as we conceive specifically when the liberal society is committed to accommodate plurality of ideas and lifestyles. After briefly explaining principal tenets of classical liberalism I claim that some fundamental weakness of the theory makes it untenable indoi:10.3329/pp.v55i1-2.26389 fatcat:55svlm3cuvbunbeohafdiptawy