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    Paul Nieuwenburg (2004). Learning to Deliberate: Aristotle on Truthfulness and Public Deliberation. Political Theory 32 (4):449-467.
    One argument for deliberative democracy is that public deliberation enhances a sincere concern for the common good. Most of the theories of deliberative democracy fail to give a satisfying account of this process. One of the causes for this state of affairs is a preoccupation with autonomy, which tends to obscure that public deliberation is deliberation with others who are actually present. On such an interpretation of publicity, shame, or a concern for reputation, plays a crucial motivational role. Aristotle, by (...)
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    Paul Nieuwenburg (1999). Aristotle and the Appearances. Journal of the History of Philosophy 37 (4):551-573.
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    Paul Nieuwenburg (2004). Learning to Deliberate: Aristotle on Truthfulness and Public Deliberation. Political Theory 32 (4):449-467.
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  4. Paul Nieuwenburg (1998). The Politics of Passion Aristotle on the Preliminaries of Morality.
     
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  5. Paul Nieuwenburg & Gerrit Dijkstra (2010). Veiligheid, Doelmatigheid En de Rechtsstaat De Wet OM-Afdoening. Filosofie En Praktijk 31 (1):72.
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