Departament of Philosophy, London School of Economics, 2019.
Both Max Weber and Isaiah Berlin saw pluralism as the defining
feature of a disenchanted liberal world. But this was not simply for
them a historical fact. They argued that the liberal age revealed
the “true” nature of human beliefs, that, in the end, these are mere
subjective preferences and that the main preferences and that the
main argument for liberal toleration was then value-pluralism and
some form of relativism and scepticism.