Democracy's Values

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Sterling Professor of Political Science and Henry R Luce Director of the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies Ian Shapiro, Ian Shapiro, Casiano Hacker-Cordón, Russell Hardin
Cambridge University Press, 19 Ağu 1999 - 201 sayfa
Democracy's flexibility, its commitment to equality of representation, and its recognition of the legitimacy of opposition are all positive features of political institutions. But democracy fits uneasily with many other political values and is in many respects less than equal to the demands it confronts. In these two free-standing volumes some of the world's most prominent political theorists and social scientists present original discussions of these urgent issues. Democracy's Value deals with the nature and value of democracy, particularly the tensions between it and such goods as justice, equality, efficiency, and freedom. Democracy's Edges analyzes one of democracy's most enduring problems: how to establish the boundaries of democratic polities democratically.
 

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Promises and disappointments reconsidering democracys value
1
Minimal democracy
21
Minimalist conception of democracy a defense
23
Does democracy engender justice?
56
Democracy and other goods
69
Beyond minimalism
91
Democracy and development a complex relationship
93
Death and taxes extractive equality and the development of democratic institutions
112
Democracy and development?
132
State civil society and social justice
141
Republican freedom and contestatory democratization
163
Contestatory democracy versus real freedom for all
191
Index
199
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