Acasă Articole RTR Vasile Pleşca, The Liberal and The Deliberative Democracy

Vasile Pleşca, The Liberal and The Deliberative Democracy

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The Liberal and The Deliberative Democracy

This study has in view the qualities and the deficiencies of two dominant patterns in the contemporary theory of democracy: the liberal pattern and the deliberative one. The liberal pattern has got as a finality the rational individual who posses rights. The deliberative pattern has got as finality the social participation and cooperation between individuals. Although both patterns have been criticized because of their constituent structure, a cooperation between their ideas can be the great advantage of the theory of democracy at the begining of the third millenium.

Keywords: democracy, liberalism, rational deliberation, epistemic patterns

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