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The deliberative impulse

Andrew F. Smith

The deliberative impulse

motivating discourse in divided societies

by Andrew F. Smith

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Published by Lexington Books in Lanham, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deliberative democracy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndrew F. Smith
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC423 .S648 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25001801M
    ISBN 109780739146095, 9780739146101
    LC Control Number2010047790

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    Reflective and Impulsive Determinants of Social Behavior Fritz Strack and Roland Deutsch Department of Psychology University of Würzburg This article describes a . Houben & Wiers () also found evidence of a moderating effect of impulse control (Stroop Task) in the deliberative system on the association between spontaneous associations and drinking behavior among university students in Holland. The results of these studies show that the strength of implicit associations related to a behavior are more Cited by:

    in a deliberative process. Its first and most important characteristic, then, is its reason-giving requirement. The reasons that deliberative democracy asks citizens and their representatives to give should appeal to principles that indi-viduals who are trying to File Size: KB. Examples from the Web for deliberative. This is a deliberative conversation, and he tries to get as much meaning into as few words as possible. The Stacks: The Eyes of Winter: Paul Newman at 70|Peter .


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Andrew F. Smith is an assistant professor of English and philosophy at Drexel University, USA. His current research is in environmental philosophy and social and political philosophy. His first book is The Deliberative Impulse: Motivating Discourse in Divided Societies ().

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Smith suggests that that a better answer can be offered in terms of what we owe to our convictions. Given the defining role they play in how we live our lives and regard ourselves, among the highest-order interests that we maintain is being in a position to do right by our convictions—to abide by : Lexington Books.

The Deliberative Impulse is a book that is both timely and original. It is timely, among other reasons, because its central topic – the challenge of “triggering the deliberative impulse” and “motivating discourse in divided societies” – has seemingly never been so urgent. The Deliberative Impulse: Motivating Discourse in Divided Societies.

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Abstract. Increasing the capacity for democratic deliberation in divided societies is a worthy and important aspiration. As many of the chapters in this book make clear, despite persistent social and political divisions, increased deliberation in a range of public forums has enhanced the democratic character of many nations, and has demonstrated to former enemies their capacity to live and Cited by: 4.

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books and equipments for .‘Deliberative Systems infuses deliberative democratic theory with a macro-level conception of how a social system can engage in deliberative exchanges. By working through concrete cases from across the globe that involve media, elections, elites, and modern experiments in public participation, the book moves beyond theoretical abstraction to."A good deliberative argument is a carefully timed performance.

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