| Notas:|| Practical and professional ethics series|
Incluye referencias bibliogrAficas e A-ndice.
Introduction, Stephen Macedo Part I: The Value of Deliberative Democracy 1. Talking as a Decision Procedure?, Frederick Schauer 2. Enough Deliberation: Politics is About Interests and Power, Ian Shapiro 3. Diversity, Toleration, and Deliberative Democracy: Religious Minorities and Public Schooling, William A. Galston 4. Three Limitations of Deliberative Democracy: Identity, Politics, Bad Faith, and Indeterminacy, William H. Simon 5. Deliberation, and What Else?, Michael Walzer 6. The Problem of Implementation and the East Asian Context, Daniel A. Bell 7. Mutual Respect as a Device of Exclusion, Stanley Fish 8. Deliberation: Method Not Theory, Russell Hardin Part II: The Limits of Deliberative Democracy 9. Agreement without Theory, Cass R. Sunstein 10. Justice, Inclusion, and Deliberative Democracy, Iris Marion Young 11. Constitutionalsim and Deliberative Democracy, Jack Knight 12. Internal Disagreements: Deliberation and Abortion, Alan Wertheimer 13. Law, Democracy, and Moral Disagreement: Comparing Slavery and Abortion, Robert P. George 14. Enabling Deliberative Deliberation: How Managed Care Organizations Ought to Make Decisions about Coverage for New Technologies, Norman Daniels 15. The Deliberative System and Everyday Talk, Jane Mansbridge Part III: Reply to Critics Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson