How can this be justified?
Mon, 1 Oct 2001 11:07:07 -0700
> well, you're a good American then Jeff. What you describe has been
> frequently called our unique ideology. The constitution is
> founded on this
> principle: that we cannot offer a substantive vision of the
> good, but can
> create certain rules to adjudicate competing notions of the
> good. Being
> anti-ideology is also very much a part of American culture.
Not really. It was Kant, who came later, that did that. It has since
been incorporated into Supreme Court Jurisprudence.