Consensus, Legitimacy, and the Exercise of Judgement in Political Deliberation

Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 6 (3):104-128 (2003)
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Schumpeter took a dim view of the deliberative capacities of the average voter who, he believed, could not be relied upon to make responsible judgements about distant and rather abstract matters of...

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