De Gruyter (2015)

What reliably characterizes political decisions that serve the common good? Based on insights from ethics and the political sciences, the author develops a theory that integrates procedural and substantive criteria to define the common good. The theory suggests that political decisions serve the common good when they are democratically authorized and do not violate minimum standards in terms of interests and processes.
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ISBN(s) 3110378965   978-3-11-037896-2978-3-11-037902-0   978-3-11-037896-2   9783110378962
DOI 10.1515/9783110379020
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