Two of the major pieces of my new “Justice in Babylon” research project are now available. (Both links gated, I’m afraid.)
“Contra politanism”, European Journal of Political Theory.
“Against solidarity: Democracy without fraternity,” in Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka, eds., The Strains of Commitment: The Political Sources of Solidarity in Diverse Societies, Oxford, 2017
(See also There is no such thing as ideal theory, Social Philosophy and Policy, which is also a part of this project.)
Some other promotional links while I’m at it.
The $30 paperback edition of Rationalism, Pluralism, and Freedom is coming out on July 13. To refresh your memory, the BHL symposium on the book can be found here, the Online Library of Liberty symposium here, and reviews are gathered here.
I’ve had a few opportunities to discuss the current crisis recently.
“Is Liberalism In Danger?”, a “Free Thoughts” podcast interview in Cato’s Libertarianism.org “Free Thoughts” series with Aaron Powell and Trevor Burrus.
“Brexit, Trump, and the Rise of Radical Right Populism in the West: Is Democracy Threatened?” Plenary roundtable at the annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, chaired by Dietlind Stolle, with Sheri Berman, Mark Blyth, Christopher Parker, and me.
The Intellectual Climate For Liberty, a roundtable at the 40th anniversary of the Cato Institute, chaired by David Boaz, with Emily Ekins, Charles Murray, and me.