This chapter develops reflections on a selection of important questions, which have been raised in the body of the book, which are: How best may we interpret Rawls and Habermas? How does real conversation proceed? To what extent does communication between ideological strangers involve ‘translation’? What is a religious argument? How should we conceive ‘the secular’? Can the state's establishment of religion ever be liberal? And what does all this imply for current negotiations between Islam and the liberal West?
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