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Democracy

David Estlund (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-22104-3
352 pages
January 2002, ©2001, Wiley-Blackwell
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Democracy brings together some of the most sophisticated thinking on democratic theory in one concise volume. Written by experts in the field, these contemporary readings are distinctively philosophical, but will appeal to students in historical, empirical, legal, or policy- oriented disciplines which deal with democratic theory.

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Acknowledgements.

Introduction: David Estlund.

Part I: Procedural Fairness.

Part II: Ideal Deliberation.

Part III: Wise Decisions.

Part IV: Deliberation and Institutions.

Part V: Why Vote?.

Part VI: Formal Models and Normative Theory.

Bibliography.

Index.
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David Estlund is Professor of Philosophy at Brown University. He is editor of Sex, Preference, and Family, (with Martha Nussbaum, 1997).
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  • Offers an accessible introduction to democratic theory through key contemporary readings.

  • Features distinctively philosophical readings on democracy.

  • Contains a comprehensive introduction and provides suggestions for further reading.
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"...a remarkable collection of recent philosophical reflections on democracy in the Anglo-American analytic tradition." Laurence Piper, Theoria

"David Estlund has put together an outstanding collection of philosophical essays about democracy. Estlund's choices are wise, his organization is illuminating, and his introduction alone is worth the price of admission." Joshua Cohen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology <!--end-->

"An absolutely first-rate collection, valuable for teachers and students alike. This is an unsurpassed introduction to, and overview of, the very best contemporary thought on the democratic idea." Cass Sunstein, University of Chicago

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