SATS 2 (2):166-181 (2001)

Christian F. Rostboll
University of Copenhagen
This review essay discusses six key works on deliberative democracy published 1996-2000. It deals with issues such as constraints on, intrinsic value of, and fora of deliberation, as well as the place of rhetoric in deliberative democracy and the charge of rationalism. The author is critical of "the Rawlsian turn" in theories of deliberation and argues for a more radically democratic version of the ideal
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DOI 10.1515/SATS.2001.166
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