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Ronald Dworkin: Liberal Neutrality and Subsidizing Art

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In this chapter, we will examine whether and how Dworkin’s defense of state neutrality is reconcilable with his defense of state subsidies for art. After a short discussion of Dworkin’s egalitarian liberalism, we will mainly focus on his paper Can a Liberal State Support Art? Following an analysis of his argumentation, attention is also given to some fundamental objections.

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Franken, L. (2016). Ronald Dworkin: Liberal Neutrality and Subsidizing Art. In Boston Studies in Philosophy, Religion and Public Life (Vol. 5, pp. 45–52). Springer Science and Business Media B.V. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28944-1_5

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