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Rainer Forst

reason’ or ‘burdens of judgment’ that inevitably narrow the realm of what persons can reasonably agree to. Even those who are seeking to reach a normative consensus and who share ‘a common human reason’ in the sense that ‘they can draw inferences, weigh evidence, and balance competing considerations’31 may not reach a consensus owing to various limits on their capacities for reasonable theoretical and practical judgement. The most important burden Rawls mentions is that the way individuals assess evidence and weigh moral and political values is shaped by their total

in The culture of toleration in diverse societies