Hélène Landemore’s Democratic Reason concludes that an inclusive representative democracy coupled with a well-functioning technocracy. on the idea of collective intelligence. It pres- ents arguments supporting the collective in- telligence of the people, which Landemore calls “Democratic Reason”. Landemore, Helene E., Democratic Reason: The Mechanisms of Collective Intelligence in Politics (April 1, ). COLLECTIVE WISDOM.
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Taking diversity seriously should mean building political institutions that are open rather than closed to it and, similarly, cultivating civic virtues that are welcoming of it. An Epistemic Argument for Descriptive Representation more.
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Politics, collective intelligence, and the rule of the many H Reawon. Deliberation, cognitive diversity, and democratic inclusiveness: Journal of Political Philosophy 23 2, Beyond the fact of disagreement?
It converges, in particular, with deliberative democrats’ predictions about the positive epistemic properties of talking things out with others.
Assessing the constitutional proposal in the Icelandic experiment more. On Open-Mindedness as a Civic Virtue more. Open-mindedness, in particular to the views of one’s political opponents, would seem to be such a civic virtue.
Crowdsourcing the Constitution in Iceland” more. Reinventing Popular Rule for the 21st Century. Get my own profile Cited by All Since Citations h-index 17 17 iindex 26 While the paper does not ambition to settle the issue of workplace democracy at once, our goal is to pave the way for a more in-depth study of the ways in which firms and states can be compared and the possible implications this may have for our understanding of the nature of managerial authority and the governance of firms.
Quirk – – Critical Review 26 Every human group faces the problem of how to reconcile the tension between, on the one hand, the requirement of public order and the need for a coordinated and cooperative life in common with others and, on the other, the expression of She argues that empirical data pertaining to the epistemic significance of cognitive diversity shows that democracy is uniquely placed to supply distinctive epistemic goods.
In order to set a plausible benchmark, the paper also compares the Icelandic constitutional proposal with three other texts: Social JusticeDemocracyand Workplace Democracy. Re-Thinking Democracy in the 21st Century more. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
However, the validity of this conclusion partly depends on how one defines deliberation and participation.
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Cheryl Misak – – Episteme 5 1: We introduce the term ” crowdsourced deliberation ” to mean an open, asynchronous, depersonalized, and distributed kind of online deliberation occurring among self-selected participants in the context of an attempt by government or another organization to open up the policymaking or lawmaking process.
Second, Mutz’s almost exclusive focus on participation as partisan activism gives the impression of an essential tension between participation and deliberation.
An Epistemic Defense of Democracy: Two Concepts of Order: So please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the NBN.
The participants shared about ideas, 4, comments and 19, votes in the crowdsourcing process. Disagreement and Epistemic Arguments for Democracy.
In the wake of the global financial crisis an reaspn conceptual battleground for democratic theorists ought to be, it would seem, the capitalist firm.
The Pragmatist’s Epistemic Argument for Democracy. Talking It Out With Others vs. Forthcoming with Journal of Political Philosophy. No amount is too small: