Table of contents
Translator's Note. Preface.
Part I: How Rational is the Authority of the Ought?:.
1. A Genealogical Analysis of the Cognitive Content of Morality.
Part II: Political Liberalism: A Debate with John Rawls: .
2. Reconciliation through the Public Use of Reason.
3."Reasonable" versus "True," or the Morality of Worldviews.
Part III: Is There a Future for the Nation-State? .
4. The European Nation-State: On the Past and Future of Sovereignty and Citizenship.
5. On the Relation between the Nation, The Rule of Law, and Democracy.
6. Does Europe Need a Constitution?Response to Dieter Grimm.
Part IV: Human Rights: Global and Internal.
7. Kant's Idea of Perpetual Peace: At Two Hundred Years' Historical Remove.
8. Struggles for Recognition in the Democratic Constitutional State.
Part V: What Is Meant by "Deliberative Politics"?:.
9. Three Normative Models of Democracy.
10. On the Internal Relation between the Rule of Law and Democracy.