Chapter 1 - Approaches to Cultural Identification.
Chapter 2 - Culture and Normativity.
Chapter 3 - The Limits of Liberal Culturalism.
Chapter 4 - The Way of the World: Two Forms of Negative Universalism.
Chapter 5 - Cultural Accommodation and Political Dialogue.
Chapter 6 - Deliberative Trust: Ethos, Identity and Institutions.
JURA GENTIUM, Centro di filosofia del diritto internazionale e della politica globale
- Upper-level textbook which provides a clear and lucid overview of a growing area of contemporary political philosophy.
- Discusses the work of the key thinkers in the field from Kymlicka to Barry and Kukathas.
- Relates abstract concepts frequently used in philosophical debates to real world situations.
- Argues that the only solution to the reality of cultural diversity in modern states is an ongoing process of deliberative democracy.