Lori Watson is Professor and Chair of Philosophy and Affiliated Faculty with the School of Law at the University of San Diego. She is co-author of A Concise Introduction to Logic, 13th ed. (with Patrick Hurley) and has two additional books forthcoming from Oxford University Press, Debating Sex Work (with Jessica Flannigan) and Debating Pornography (with Andrew Altman). She has also published numerous articles on political liberalism, sex equality, and feminism.
Christie Hartley is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Georgia State University. Her publications include several articles and book chapters on disability and justice and, with Lori Watson, on political liberalism and sex equality.
Part One: Equal Citizenship and Public Reason 1. The Role of Ideal Theory 2. The Moral Foundation of Public Justification and Public Reason 3. Exclusive Public Reason 4. Integrity and the Case for Restraint 5. Religious Exemptions
Part Two: Feminist Political Liberalism 6. Is a Feminist Political Liberalism Possible? 7. Prostitution and Public Reason 8. Social Norms, Choice and Work 9. Marriage
Conclusion Bibliography Index
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