There is hardly a more significant ideal in human relationships, relevant in both ethics and politics, that that of respect. But what is the sort of treatment that respect requires among people? How to characterize it in a way that is broadly faithful to ordinary ways of thinking about respect, that makes it into a descriptively and empirically discernible form of behavior, and that explains why it should be both substantively demanding and intuitively appealing, in the manner of a significant ideal?
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