By James S. Fishkin,Peter Laslett
- Investigates the character and price of deliberation, the feasibility and desirability of consensus on contentious matters, the results of institutional complexity and cultural variety for democratic choice making, and the importance of vote casting and majority rule in deliberative arrangements.
- Includes specialise in associations and makes connection with empirical work.
- Engages a debate that cuts throughout political technological know-how, philosophy, the legislations and different disciplines.
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Debating Deliberative Democracy (PPAS - Philosophy, Politics & Society) by James S. Fishkin,Peter Laslett