A Contribution to a Politico-Liberal Model of Judgment

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Urszula Lisowska
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2177-6732

Abstract

The paper intends to initiate a discussion on the politico-liberal concept of judgment. It is argued that whilst political liberalism (PL) – presented as an account of political objectivity – already appeals to judgment, this conception is an unsatisfactory one. This critical assessment is supported by the juxtaposition of PL with an Arendtian understanding of political objectivity which offers a more robust account of judgment. In the conclusion, the possibility of applying the Arendtian solution to PL is outlined.

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Lisowska, Urszula. 2019. “A Contribution to a Politico-Liberal Model of Judgment”. Diametros 16 (62), 2-17. https://doi.org/10.33392/diam.1255.
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Urszula Lisowska, The University of Wrocław

Urszula Lisowska, dr

Instytut Filozofii UWr

ul. Koszarowa 3/20

51-149 Wrocław

e-mail: urszula.lisowska2@uwr.edu.pl

 

Urszula Lisowska, PhD

The University of Wrocław

The Institute of Philosophy

ul. Koszarowa 3/20

51-149 Wrocław

e-mail: urszula.lisowska2@uwr.edu.pl

 
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