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Deliberative democracy and its discontents

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Besson, Samantha , 1973- Marti, Jose Luis , 1975-
Title Statement
Deliberative democracy and its discontents / edited by Samantha Besson and Jose Luis Marti.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Aldershot, Hants, England ;   Burlington, VT :   Ashgate ,   c2006.  
Physical Medium
xxxi, 261 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Applied legal philosophy
ISBN
075462627X (alk. paper)
General Note
"Outcome of the workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Its Discontents that took place from 25 to 27 May, 2005 in Granada (Spain) in the framework of the XXII IVR World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy"--Pref.  
Content Notes
Is the ideal of a deliberative democracy coherent? / Cristina Lafont -- The epistemic conception of deliberative democracy defended : reasons, rightness and equal political autonomy / Jose Luis Marti -- The value added by theories of deliberative democracy : where (not) to look / Andreas Follesdal -- Democracy and the real speech situation / David Estlund -- Depoliticizing democracy / Philip Pettit -- Conflict and self-interest in deliberation / Jane Mansbridge -- Framing public deliberation and democratic legitimacy in the European Union / Deirdre Curtin -- The people in deliberative democracy / Francis Cheneval -- Deliberative demoi-cracy in the European Union : towards the deterritorialization of democracy / Samantha Besson -- Institutional reform and democratic legitimacy : deliberative democracy and transnational constitutionalism / James Bohman -- Should deliberative democrats defend the judicial enforcement of social rights? / Roberto Gargarella.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Representative government and representation -- Congresses. Deliberative democracy -- Congresses. Political participation -- Congresses.
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500 ▼a "Outcome of the workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Its Discontents that took place from 25 to 27 May, 2005 in Granada (Spain) in the framework of the XXII IVR World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy"--Pref.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Is the ideal of a deliberative democracy coherent? / Cristina Lafont -- The epistemic conception of deliberative democracy defended : reasons, rightness and equal political autonomy / Jose Luis Marti -- The value added by theories of deliberative democracy : where (not) to look / Andreas Follesdal -- Democracy and the real speech situation / David Estlund -- Depoliticizing democracy / Philip Pettit -- Conflict and self-interest in deliberation / Jane Mansbridge -- Framing public deliberation and democratic legitimacy in the European Union / Deirdre Curtin -- The people in deliberative democracy / Francis Cheneval -- Deliberative demoi-cracy in the European Union : towards the deterritorialization of democracy / Samantha Besson -- Institutional reform and democratic legitimacy : deliberative democracy and transnational constitutionalism / James Bohman -- Should deliberative democrats defend the judicial enforcement of social rights? / Roberto Gargarella.
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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction, Samantha Besson and Jose Luis MartA­. Part I Why Deliberate: Is the ideal of a deliberative democracy coherent?, Cristina Lafont; The epistemic conception of deliberative democracy defended - reasons, rightness and equal political autonomy, Jose Luis MartA­; The value added by theories of deliberative democracy: where (not) to look, Andreas Follesdal. Part II How to Deliberate: Democracy and the real speech situation, David Estlund; Depoliticizing democracy, Philip Pettit; Conflict and self-interest in deliberation, Jane Mansbridge; Framing public deliberation and democratic legitimacy in the European Union, Deirdre Curtin. Part III Where to Deliberate: The people in deliberative democracy, Francis Cheneval; Deliberative demoi-cracy in the European Union - towards the deterritorialization of democracy, Samantha Besson; Institutional reform and democratic legitimacy: deliberative democracy and transnational constitutionalism, James Bohman; Should deliberative democrats defend the judicial enforcement of social rights?, Roberto Gargarella. Index.


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