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As such, they are ascribed a presumptive universal validity—they are presumed to be valid for everyone, everywhere, irrespective of sociocultural context, until challenged on the basis of good reasons. , paradigm shifts); in other words, it can be used in relation to ethically 23 Change for the Better significant changes that result from intercultural encounters, engagement with the historical past, technological innovations, ecological developments, new life situations, and the like. Each of these views gives rise to different problems.

45 Once again, the dichotomy between private creativity and public solidarity is set in motion here. 46 If he accepts this, however, he is obliged to accept that his own sharp distinction between the private realm of the creative imagination and the realm of democratic politics is no longer tenable. With the collapse of this dichotomy, the door is opened for a reflexive perspective on truth and justice that allows us to combine the idealizing, contexttranscending moments inherent in the common understanding of these concepts with a self-conscious awareness that the unconditioned and absolute are not attainable by finite human beings.

If the inhabitants of a historically and culturally specific social order are to have good reasons for approving of a particular idea of the good society, these reasons must connect with the most stable elements in the affectively imbued constellations of reasons that shape their collective identity. Thus, it is in large measure due to a respect for autonomous agency that contemporary social theorists take already existing, deep-seated, normative intuitions and expectations as a fundamental point of orientation in their appeal to ideas of the good society.

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