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Designs for environmental discourse revisited: a greener administrative state?

Dryzek, John


In this chapter I will try to navigate a path through these thickets. I will begin by setting out the administrative state and a discursive democratic alternative in ideal-type terms, and examine their strengths and weaknesses in a way that is comparative but static. This comparison will come down in favor of discursive democracy as being intrinsically more likely to promote ecological values. However, diagnosis of the faults of the administrative state can be instructive, not just by pointing...[Show more]

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