This is a first-rate work of political theory that recovers and forcefully defends neutralism against contemporary criticisms. Steve Lecce provides a comprehensive overview of the relevant literature, and makes an interesting defence of liberal neutrality as an approach to fundamental political philosophy. Against Perfectionism adds a new dimension to debates between liberal and non-liberal political theorists, and should be of interest to advanced undergraduates, research students, and scholars.
-- Paul Kelly, Professor of Political Theory, London School of Economics
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is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Manitoba.