7 months Saving liberalism in the Philippines Inquirer |Opinion
“Everyone is orthodox to himself,” the great British philosopher John Locke lamented in “A Letter Concerning Toleration” (1689). As one of the founders of classical liberalism, the 17th-century thinker risked his life and limb to emphasize the centrality of pluralism to freedom and, accordingly, argued in favor of separation of church and state. Contrary to […] The post Saving liberalism in the Philippines appeared first on Inquirer Opinion. ... more