AuthorsKuipers, Ronald A.
AffiliationInstitute for Christian Studies
KeywordsStout, Jeffrey. Democracy and tradition (2004)
Religion and politics
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AbstractThis article critiques Jeffrey Stout's suggestion in Democracy and Tradition that the practice of critical democratic questioning itself forms part of a historically unique secular tradition. While the practice of democratic questioning makes a valuable contribution to the project of fostering an "enlarged mentality" among the adherents of any particular tradition, Stout's contention that this practice itself points to the existence of a substantive tradition, one that stands apart from and is not reliant upon the moral sources of the traditions it engages, remains problematic.
CitationKuipers, Ronald A. "Stout's Democracy without Secularism: But is it a Tradition?" Contemporary Pragmatism, v. 3 no. 1 (June 2006): 85-104
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