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Legitimacy and economy in deliberative democracy

Dryzek, John


Deliberative democracy is usually presented as a polity in which legitimacy is achieved by deliberative participation on the part of those subject to a collective decision. But cast in these terms, the theory runs headlong into the long-recognized impossibility of directly involving more than a few members of any large-scale democracy in decision making. After canvassing the available solutions to this problem, an argument is made for conceptualizing deliberative democracy in terms of the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2001
Type: Working/Technical Paper
Source: Political Theory


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