Playing Fair in Modern Democracies
Chapter 6: Diversity and the challenge to established social practices
This chapter continues the discussion of how democratic constitutions can address the issue of deep social differences in shared physical settings. It looks at three dimensions of difference: the spectrum of diversity; the range of effect on others; and the variety in the reaction of others to these external effects. The analysis takes a cognitive/behavioral perspective. The chapter concludes the discussion of how traditional constitutions are no longer suited to modern conditions.
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