Chapter One: Axioms, Paradoxes, and Alleged Deficits of Democracy
Chapter Two: Individual Values Naturalized I: Objective Voluntarism
Chapter Three: Individual Values Naturalized II: The More Good, the Better
Chapter Four: Equal People or Equal Votes?
Chapter Five: Who May Vote I: Interest or Inhabitancy?
Chapter Six: Who May Vote II: Residence, Age, Criminality, and Competence
Chapter Seven: Votes and Their Aggregation I: Majority Rule and Majoritarianism
Chapter Eight: Votes and Their Aggregation II: Minority Representation and How it Must be Combined with Majority Rule
Chapter Nine: Political Representation I: Direct Participation, Delegation, or Controlled Trusteeship?
Chapter Ten: Political Representation II: Deliberation, Camerality, Term Limits and Judicial Review of Legislative Procedures
Chapter Eleven: A Stouter, but More Minimalistic Constitution: Other Teachings of Naturalized Democratic Theory
Chapter Twelve: Last Words on Distilled Populism: Objections and Responses