Pluralismo e democrazia deliberativa

Author/s Andrea Greppi
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2003/2-3
Language Italian Pages 20 P. File size 71 KB
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This essay tries to point out the most original aspects of the contribution made by John Rawls to democratic theory. Rawlsian reflection on democracy has not had as much resonance as other aspects of his political thought, even if some of his last writings have started a reflection on the prospects of renewal of the ÇoldÈ liberal-democratic tradition from a deliberative point of view. To this end it will turn out to be useful to compare the conception of democracy developed in A Theory of Justice with the one which comes out from his writings of the Eighties and Nineties. The results of the proposals put forward most recently are still uncertain, but itÕs interesting anyhow to stress the considerable evolution of Rawlsian ideas on this issue. The point is to show what has changed and to explain why it has.

Andrea Greppi, Pluralismo e democrazia deliberativa in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2-3/2003, pp , DOI: