The valuelessness of our values

Over at Public Discourse, a two-part series on the influence of John Rawls' political philosophy has just wrapped up, penned by Randall Smith. A pertinent excerpt from part two: When all comprehensive doctrines are bracketed out of political discourse, what is left tends to be scandalous, sensational, and empty. When interlocutors can no longer appeal to … Continue reading The valuelessness of our values