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From the Publisher"Judicial Review in an Age of Moral Pluralism is an important work of constitutional theory that deserves a wide readership in philosophy, political science, and law. It fills an important void in conceptual space by melding work in political philosophy on public reason with theories of constitutional interpretation and judicial review. Ron Den Otter makes that case that the practice of judicial review must be informed by an ideal of public reason—his arguments have important implications for fundamental debates about judicial review, fundamental rights, and the relationship between legal reason, politics, and religion. This is one of the most creative and interesting books on constitutional theory to appear in the past several years."
—Lawrence B. Solum, John E. Cribbet Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy University of Illinois College of Law, Editor of Legal Theory Blog