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The book is wonderfully written, full of insights and rich argumentation, covers a wide range of issues regarding liberal legitimacy, and does this with clarity and subtlety. It is the most sophisticated defence of Rawlsian liberalism available. (Andres Moles, Journal of Applied Philosophy)
Quong is never anything less than a clear and reliable guide to the details of the philosophical debates of contemporary liberals. But his careful narrowings of these debates should not obscure the larger achievement of this very fine book. (Larry Krasnoff, Social Theory and Practice)
Quong has written a highly valuable contribution to liberal political theory. His arguments against liberal perfectionism are compelling. This book should prove to be a vital resource for both political liberals and liberal perfectionists. (Daniel Savery, Res Publica)
Liberalism without Perfection, provides an innovative new defense of political liberalism based on an internal conception of the goal of public justification. (Kevin Vallier, Criminal Law and Philosophy)
About the Author
Jonathan Quong has held visiting fellowships at the Murphy Institute's Center for Ethics & Public Affairs at Tulane University, and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. He is a Senior Lecturer in Political Philosophy in the Manchester Centre for Political Theory at the University of Manchester. He has published articles on political liberalism, public reason, democratic theory, distributive justice, and the morality of self-defence. He is an associate editor for two journals: Politics, Philosophy, & Economics, and Representation: The Journal of Representative Democracy.