Liz McCloskey on Confident Pluralism

This is a guest post by Liz McCloskey, a Danforth Visiting Scholar at the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University. With support from the Templeton Foundation and Washington University, Liz is working on a collection of spiritual narratives drawn from the United States Senate called “Profiles in Spirit.” Primarily through in-depth interviews, she is seeking, finding, and shining a light on the virtue of humility in a dozen selected public servants across differences of party, gender, race, ethnicity and religion.

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Mark Tushnet on Confident Pluralism

Mark Tushnet, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, has a series of (mostly critical) posts about Confident Pluralism.  I respond to him on the blog, Mirror of Justice.

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