Cultural Diversity and Liberal Society
A Case for Reprivatizing Culture
By Suri Ratnapala
Not all cultures are compatible with liberalism in the classical sense, and the failure to recognize this fact may imperil liberal society. Given that cultural diversity is unavoidable, how should a liberal society respond to the illiberal cultural practices of some if its members?
|Other Independent Review articles by Suri Ratnapala|
|Fall 2007||Reviving the Invisible Hand:The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty-first Century|
|Fall 2003||Moral Capital and Commercial Society|
|Summer 2003||Securing Constitutional Government:The Perpetual Challenge|