Democracy as Public Deliberation: New Perspectives
This collection of essays provides a fresh and original perspective on a theme at the center of current debates in democratic theory and practice. Such debates have originated in response to growing demands for fair and equal treatment of socially or culturally disadvantaged groups. The authors' arguments are based on a theory of public deliberation which could reshape current public policy towards social equality.
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democracy as public deliberation
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