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IDEA OF AN OVERLAPPING CONSENSUS (OXFORD JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES). Download PDF EPUB FB2

Overlapping consensus is a term coined by John Rawls in A Theory of Justice and developed in Political Liberalism. Overview. The term "overlapping consensus" refers to how supporters of different comprehensive normative doctrines—that entail apparently inconsistent conceptions of justice—can agree on particular principles of justice that underwrite a political community's basic social.

idea of an overlapping consensus enables us to understand how a constitutional regime characterized by the fact of pluralism might, despite its deep divisions, achieve stability and social unity by the public recognition of a reasonable political conception of justice.

The idea of overlapping consensus The question now arises as to the basis of such approval of the adopted conception of justice, and it is to the notion of ‘overlapping consensus’ that Rawls turns in order to answer it.

Briefly put, if a liberal constitutional society is to remain stable despite harbouring a pluralityFile Size: 43KB. The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus. John Rawls, Rawls is looking for a way to ensure the stability of free democratic societies. One of the most important aims of political philosophy is "presenting a political conception of justice that can not only provide a shared public bask for the justification of political and social institutions but also helps ensure stability from one.

The Idea of Justice is a book by the economist 'Public Reason'- i.e. open discussion and rational argument- can enable what Sen calls 'plural grounding'- i.e. an 'overlapping consensus' (in Rawls's terminology) between people of different ideologies or belief or value systems- such that people can agree upon comparative evaluations Author: Amartya Sen.

It is seen in the idea of overlapping consensus. Discussions to critique, defend, and construct overlapping consensus are imperative. To substantiate, this discourse is to test the preconditions for justice as fairness and the main ideas of political : Alvin A Sario.

*** This week we are discussing "Lecture IV: The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus". The lecture/chapter contains the following subsections: § 1. How is Political Liberalism Possible. § 2. The Question of Stability § 3. Three Features of an Overlapping Consensus § 4.

An Overlapping Consensus not Indifferent or Skeptical § 5. Part II. Political Liberalism: Three Main Ideas Lecture IV. The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus How is Political Liberalism Possible.

The Question of Stability Three Features of an Overlapping Consensus An Overlapping Consensus not Indifferent or Skeptical A Political Conception Need Not Be Comprehensive Steps to Constitutional Consensus. This book originated as lectures for a course on political philosophy that John Rawls taught regularly at Harvard University in the s.

In time the lectures became a restatement of his theory of justice as fairness, revised in light of his more recent papers and his treatise Political Liberalism (). Legal Theory Lexicon Overlapping Consensus & Incompletely Theorized Agreements.

Introduction As law students become more sophisticated, they begin to notice that certain debates seem to repeat themselves over and over again. Disagreements about disparate subjects--in procedure, criminal law, torts, property, and constitutional law--frequently seem to turn on the really.

The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus; The Priority of Right and Ideas of the Good; The Domain of the Political and Overlapping Consensus; Themes in Kant’s Moral Philosophy; The Law of Peoples; Fifty Years after Hiroshima; The Idea of Public Reason Revisited; Commonweal Interview with John Rawls; Credits; Index.

He calls this “overlapping consensus.” Exploring themes of public reason, social welfare, and what makes an idea good, Political Liberalism went on to join Rawls’s earlier works in being considered essential reading in the field of philosophy.

It was reissued in with an expanded introduction focusing on the idea of public reason and. In the wake of the recent creation of new democratic regimes around the world, political theorists have begun to rethink the nature and justification of this form of government.

This collection of essays contains work by a group of prominent philosophers, economists, political scientists and legal theorists, all of whom address a variety of fundamental questions about democracy: How effective. The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus PART II Principles of Justice xz xv 1 1 5 8 10 12 14 18 24 26 29 32 39 the two principles of justice that are central to a conception of justice as fairness.

This book originated as lectures for a course on political philosophy that that of an overlapping consensus­ File Size: 2MB. Many people show great interest in the idea of “ overlapping consensus ” proposed by John Rawls. On the basis of a careful reading of different understandings of this idea, or the “ overlapping consensus ” on the idea of “ overlapping consensus,” we can say that there are three levels of “.

Rawls's Idea of an 'Overlapping Consensus' and the Complexity of 'Comprehensive Doctrines'. Banu Kilan - - Ethical Perspectives 16 (1) The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus Revisited. These latter features distinguish his idea of an overlapping consensus from a mere modus vivendi, which is a strategic agreement entered into.

Any requirement that they do so would make an overlapping consensus more difficult to achieve, would add little that is plausible to an adequate account of public reason, and would mandate a degree of metaethical uniformity that is incongruous with the motivation for introducing the idea of an overlapping consensus in the first place.

On Amartya Sen and "The Idea of Justice" [Full Text] Ethics Indian concepts of social justice and rationality informs his latest book, The Idea of Justice, which is a major the liberal notion, Rawls now sees justice as being the product of an overlapping consensus between reasonable metaphysical positions.

8 John Rawls. The overlapping consensus is the sum of every group's own consensus, and thus it should be the core of the Constitution: the principles on which everybody, or almost everybody excluding criminals and other misfits,Rawls reviews his concept of the "original position".5/5(5).

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In these essays, Rawls attempts to respond to his communitarian critics by arguing that liberal society is not as devoid of community as some of its critics maintain. Despite its plural. Rawls's Idea of an 'Overlapping Consensus' and the Complexity of 'Comprehensive Doctrines' Article in Ethical Perspectives 16(1) March with 59 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The idea of an overlapping consensus refers to a consensus of comprehensive moral and religious doctrines which, in spite of existing differences, partly intersect and which support a shared political conception of justice.

Finlayson rightly rejects the view that the consensus is primarily needed in order to secure social or political stability. John Rawls developed the idea of an "overlapping consensus" as part of the work that led up to his book Political Liberalism. The idea emerged as part of Rawls's work on what he called the problem of stability.

In a society governed by Rawls's theory (justice as fairness), the guarantee of basic liberties would mean that individual citizens. Right]; Rawls, Overlapping Consensus, supra, at 6, 14 n For the idea that such theories are or might be reasonable, see RAWLS, POLITICAL LIBERALISM, supra note 1, atand for the.

John Rawls, Political Liberalism (New York: Columbia University Press, ; Revised). Summary from Publisher: This book continues and revises the ideas of justice as fairness that John Rawls presented in A Theory of Justice but changes its philosophical interpretation in a fundamental previous work assumed what Rawls calls a “well-ordered society,” one that is stable.

What is the relation between the idea that secularism should be adopted on the basis of an overlapping consensus and the idea presented in the earlier paragraph about internal reasons being the only reasons available in justifying secularism.

A very close one. The latter idea yields (it lies behind) the former. The relation is this. The Idea of a Basic Structure 5. Limits to Our Inquiry 6. The Idea of the Original Position 7. The Idea of Free and Equal Persons 8. Relations between the Fundamental Ideas 9. The Idea of Public Justification The Idea of Reflective Equilibrium The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus Part II Principles of Justice Three Basic Points   Rawls’s theory of the overlapping consensus necessarily gives rise to the idea of public reason, which sets restrictions on the types of arguments that can be made for or against laws.

The Idea of a Well-Ordered Society 4. The Idea of a Basic Structure 5. Limits to Our Inquiry 6. The Idea of the Original Position 7. The Idea of Free and Equal Persons 8.

Relations between the Fundamental Ideas 9. The Idea of Public Justification The Idea of Reflective Equilibrium The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus. Part II. Rawls used the phrase to political ends, describing the core of commitments, to basic human rights and freedoms, at the heart of a range of moral, political and religious creeds, which permit a just and civil society to emerge.

But it resonates too, this ‘overlapping consensus’, with how many of us negotiate our feelings about the network. Overlapping consensus vs. modus vivendi. In order to better understand the idea of an overlapping consensus Rawls contrasts it with another way of reaching agreement on a political conception, that of a modus vivendi.

Rawls sees that one objection to his theory is that it appears to be a consensus based on self-interest rather than on the. Thus, the necessity of the legitimacy of a consistent environmental policy, directed at sustainability, becomes clear in a concrete manner. Subsequently, the liberal ideals of political legitimacy and neutrality, and especially Rawls’s idea of an overlapping consensus as a Cited by: The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus How is Political Liberalism Possible.

The Question of Stability Three Features of an Overlapping Consensus An Overlapping Consensus not Indifferent or Skeptical A Political Conception Need Not Be Comprehensive Steps to Constitutional Consensus Steps to Overlapping Consensus Conception and Doctrines: How.

In book: Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, Publisher: Springer, Editors: Henk ten Have It is what Rawls calls overlapping consensus, extremely The idea of an overlapping consensus. So while our own version of the truth should not ground the political per se, it should still provide enough resources to support it.

Here Rawls turns to the idea of an ‘overlapping consensus’ of reasonable comprehensive doctrines. Once again, the key to understand what Rawls means by an overlapping consensus hinges on it being reasonable. A new book examines the philosophical and religious roots of American government.

Amid scholarly disagreement, one thing is clear: America is a nation founded upon the truth of human freedom and equality—whether one arrives at this truth by way of Calvin or Locke. Rawls’s idea of an “overlapping consensus” posits that individuals.

Carens’s method of argument explicitly draws on Rawls’s idea of the “overlapping consensus”: the idea that reasonable people agree on a number of substantive propositions about the way in which a legitimate state should be organized, even if they disagree on their underlying moral and political justification.

Rather, it is to argue that the most plausible reading of Ramadan's main book on the problem of Islam and Europe, To Be a European Muslim, is that it gives evidence for the possibility of an overlapping consensus between the core elements of political liberalism and a form of Islam that might be appealing even to conservative, traditionally.

The two-pronged strategy of the book is to reveal, in Parts I and II, the strongly Kantian roots of the conception of justice as fairness, demonstrating that it can only make sense on the basis of its Kantian conception of persons, and, in Part III, to conclude that "there can be no overlapping consensus on a Kantian conception of persons or.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.overlapping consensus.6 A reasonable overlapping consensus is that shared set of values of a political liberalism, which allows people with different comprehensive conceptions of the good within a pluralist society to live together and to exercise liberty of thought and of conscience.In this introduction to the paperback edition, I give a Reader's Guide to the leading ideas of the book.

A main aim of Political Liberalism (= PL) is to say how the well-ordered society of justice as fairness (set out The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus Lecture V.