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Fairness, Consensus, and the Justification of the Ideal Liberal Constitution
Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence
In Constitutional Goods, Alan Brudner seeks to articulate a novel conception of justice that will inform the content of the ideal liberal constitution. The content and justification of this conception ofjustice are the topics of this paper. The content of this novel conception ofjustice is constituted by what Brudner describes as an inclusive conception of liberalism, and its justification is grounded on an account of public reason that is presented in opposition to that of John Rawls. I arguedoi:10.1017/s0841820900004628 fatcat:aye2esvl75hu3i37l3mrq7qi5u