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    From republican to liberal liberty.Eric Ghosh - 2008 - History of Political Thought 29 (1):132-167.
    Philip Pettit's narrative of the eclipse of republican by liberal liberty in late eighteenth-century Britain adds colour and plausibility to his analytical contrast between republican and liberal liberty. The narrative supports his argument that republicanism and liberalism can be helpfully contrasted in terms of non-domination and non- interference conceptions of liberty. While the narrative has not been scrutinized in the literature, it is in fact flawed. The flaws raise new questions about how stringent a value liberty as non-domination is and (...)
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    Deliberative Democracy and the Countermajoritarian Difficulty: Considering Constitutional Juries.Eric Ghosh - 2010 - Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 30 (2):327-359.
    The literature on the democratic legitimacy of judicial review and also on institutionalizing deliberative democracy neglects the possibility of employing juries rather than judges to determine bill-of-rights matters. This neglect is unfortunate, for there are findings emerging especially from deliberative polling that support the feasibility of such juries. Such feasibility would raise a new countermajoritarian concern with judicial review. The argument supporting this new concern also casts fresh light on the traditional countermajoritarian concern.
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    Essay Review.Eric Ghosh - 2023 - Arendt Studies 6:247-257.
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    Republican Liberty and Constitutional Constraints.Eric Ghosh - 2000 - Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 25:273-85.
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