But it also must be acknowledged that differences remain: some content-based preferences for secular speech and groups are permitted, but official preferentialism
between religions is strictly forbidden.
Preferentialism is constitutionally problematic even though it may not burden the exercise of religious liberty.
Nonetheless, sectarian preferentialism is as odious in funding schemes as it is in regulations.
Could such an exclusion be more permissible than outright preferentialism if it furthered a legitimate policy objective?
Preferentialism in government speech was an issue in the Second Circuit's decision in Skoros v.
That message would constitute preferentialism, which presumably is impermissible even in a resolution.
Rules against sectarian preferentialism, animus, and viewpoint discrimination, for instance, impose independent requirements of neutrality or equality.
For analysts, this is a particularly important move because, for the first time, it really allows us to assess the issue of choice between trade forums on the part of the Japanese government--multilateralism and what is more accurately described as preferentialism
, whether bilateral or regional.
This reasoning is held to beg the question by assuming preferentialism.
Inferring from this that beauty has intrinsic value is held to have the liability of taking preferentialism for granted.
The case for singing sweetly, I suppose, rests on a robust antipaternalism: (1) preferentialism makes each person sovereign with respect to his welfare; and (2) individual "sovereignty" here means that an individual's welfare is mediated not just by his intrinsic preferences, but by his intrinsic preferences plus his beliefs (correct or not), i.
It is true that, if the Patient intrinsically prefers A*, and if preferentialism about welfare is true, then W* resulting from A* is in one respect better than the worlds resulting from the alternative choices.