Procedural Justice in Young's Inclusive Deliberative Democracy

Journal of Social Philosophy 35 (4):544–549 (2004)
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Abstract

In her book _Inclusion and Democracy_, Iris Marion Young offers a defense of a certain model of deliberative democracy and argues that political institutions that conform to this model are just. I argue that Young gives two contradictory accounts of why such institutions are just, and I weigh the relative merits of two ways in which this contradiction can be resolved.

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