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Charles Blattberg

Maybe a just and well-ordered constitutional democracy is possible. I certainly think it is. But is it desirable? Say we saw it as comparable to a fair game (one called, oh, "Justice as Fairness"). That is surely possible; just think of the many sports leagues. It's not at all desirable, though, since it would fail to take politics seriously.

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