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In this book, Martin Ebeling discusses how we ought to react to our persistent political disagreement with other citizens. He presents this disagreement as not only a moral problem, but also as an epistemically unsettling phenomenon, as we often have reason to judge our opposition to be as competent as ourselves in judging the political issues at stake. Conciliatory Democracy reflects on the political philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and claims that advocates of deliberative democracy, which treats political disagreement mainly as a moral problem, should expand their approach. The author promotes Rousseau's appreciation of disagreement in contemporary political philosophy as a way to encourage conciliation within democracy. Ebeling furthermore draws on public choice theory and empirical research to reintroduce political parties as vital players in the institutional landscape of democracy.

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Auteur Martin Ebeling

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 1CF4QTJD985

GTIN 9781137577429

Date de publication 18.04.2017

Langues Anglais

Nombre de pages 269

Type de produit Livre

Dimension 210 x 155 x 148  mm

Poids du produit 524 g

Conciliatory Democracy

From Deliberation Toward a New Politics of Disagreement

Martin Ebeling

86,78 €

Vendeur: Dodax EU

Date de livraison: entre mercredi, 27. juin et vendredi, 29. juin

État: Neuf

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