The Immanent Frame is staging an interdisciplinary symposium on Nicholas Wolterstorff's magnum opus, Justice: Rights and Wrongs--in part, no doubt, because Wolterstorff argues that there can be no sufficient secular grounding of rights.
I'll be contributing several posts to the symposium. The first--"The Paucity of Secularism?"--is online today. The next couple will appear throughout this week. The ensuing posts will begin to articulate a critique of the project--or at least some of the readings that undergird the project.