Table of contents for Toleration and its limits / edited by Melissa S. Williams and Jeremy Waldron.

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	Melissa S. Williams
Introduction 1
 Jeremy Waldron and Melissa S. Williams
Part I: Toleration in the Western Canon of Political Philosophy 51
1. Hobbes on Public Worship 52
 Jeremy Waldron
2. Spinoza on Why the Sovereign Can Command Men¿s Tongues but not their Minds 95
 Michael A. Rosenthal
3. Pierre Bayle¿s Reflexive Theory of Toleration 140
 Rainer Forst
4. Locke¿s Main Argument for Toleration 209
 Alex Tuckness
5. The Mode and Limits of John Stuart Mill¿s Toleration 255
 Glyn Morgan
Part II: Toleration and Virtue 309
6. Is Toleration a Political Virtue? 310
 David Heyd
7. Forbearant and Engaged Toleration: A Comment on David Heyd 353
 Kathryn Abrams
8. ¿Virtuous to Himself¿: Pluralistic Democracy and the Toleration of Tolerations 400
 Andrew Sabl
Part III: Liberal Toleration 439
9. Toleration and Liberal Commitments 440
 Steven D. Smith
10. Toleration and Truth: Comments on Steven D. Smith 513
 Rainer Forst
11. How Impoverishing is Liberalism? A Comment on Steven D. Smith 535
 Glyn Morgan
12. Is There Logical Space on the Moral Map for Toleration?: A Brief Comment on Smith, Morgan, and Forst 548
 Lawrence A. Alexander
Part IV: Toleration and Identity 571
13. Toleration, Politics, and the Role of Mutuality 572
 Ingrid Creppell
14. Toleration, Politics, and the Role of Murality 656
 Glen Newey
15. Morality, Self-Interest and the Politics of Toleration 716
 Noah Feldman
16. Toleration as/in Civilizational Discourse 742
 Wendy Brown
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Toleration -- History.
Religious tolerance.
Toleration -- Political aspects.