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Boundaries of Toleration
This paper addresses two sets of questions. First, questions about the meaning of secularism and second questions about its justification and implementation. It is argued that Charles Taylor's recent efforts to redefine secularism for a time when we have gone ‗beyond toleration' to multiculturalism in liberal politics, are based on plausible (and laudable) political considerations that affect the question of justification and implementation, but leave unaffected the question of the meaning anddoi:10.7312/step16566-004 fatcat:ygrnkrggqnc5jht66enq6qofie