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978-0-7391-9151-4 • Hardback • April 2014 • $115.00 • (£88.00)
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Andre Santos Campos is lecturer in philosophy of law, early modern political thought, and ethics, as well as researcher in the Philosophy of Language Institute, at the New University of Lisbon.
José Gomes André is invited professor at the University of Lisbon and researcher at the Center of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon.
Andre Santos Campos and José Gomes André
Part I: The Challenges of Antipolitics
Chapter 1: I Shall Vote – Thou Shall not Govern. A Tale of Political Heresy
Kristof K. P. Vanhoutte
Chapter 2: Antipolitics as Participation: Paradox and Challenge
Chapter 3: Dialogic Politics and the End of Democracy
Part II: Challenges to Deliberative Democracy
Chapter 4: Why the Epistemic Justification of Deliberative Democracy Fails
Chapter 5: Participation in a Deliberative System
Chapter 6: The Challenge of Slow-Motion Democracy:Synthetic and Progressive Rationalization of Mini-Public Deliberation
Walter F. Baber and Robert V. Bartlett
Part III: Citizenship and Pluralism
Chapter 7: Citizenship and Political Action: The Dilemma between Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism
Chapter 8: Participative Citizenship in a Pluralistic Democracy
The question democrats face is not whether ordinary individuals can find the resources for public reasoning, but how they can make them meaningful. These essays help to demonstrate the scale of the challenge.
— Political Studies Review