Tag: managed pluralism

Managed Pluralism

| August 2016

One of the subtexts of recent and forthcoming elections in Europe and in North America is the extent to which liberal democracies can permit high degrees of diversity—on ethnic, religious, political, linguistic, cultural, “lifestyle” or other grounds—yet retain sufficient cohesion for societal stability and for political institutions based on self-determination to work.

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Revisiting the Management of Pluralism

| January 2016

The recent migration surge into Europe and the United States raises profound questions of demographic and cultural pluralism.

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