The Rule of the Many: Fundamental Issues in Democratic Theory

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INDEX
Accountability. See Responsibility
Administration/administrators. See Bureaucracy
Agenda, 26, 34, 87-92, 97, 199, 200, 220, 221, 222, 227, 229, 230, 231, 252, 261, 266, 275-279, 281, 290-295 deliberative, 92, 266, 271-279, 281, 290-295
Aims
articulation of, 4, 112, 114, 187, 231, 244, 247, 259, 266
choice of, 9, 167-168, 169-194, 199-200, 207, 215, 218, 233
discrimination of, 18, 42, 188-189, 259
and means, 18, 19-20, 55, 63, 79, 167-168, 169-171, 175-178, 187, 207, 208, 217, 218, 222, 223, 233, 236, 248, 266-267
objectivity of, 181-183
reasonableness of, 24, 48, 121, 187, 188, 245, 259, 260
Aristocracy, 15, 30
Aristotle, 45(n22), 75
Arneson, Richard, 43(n2), 100(n16)
Arrow's theorem, 95
Bargaining, 49, 87, 89, 91, 117, 179-180, 218, 236, 248-253
Barry, Brian, 43(n2), 202(n3)
Beitz, Charles, 101(n25), 232-234, 240(n8)
Brennan, Geoffrey, 162(n21), 163(n38), 164(nn 40, 42)
Buchanan, James, 159(n1), 162(nn 19, 21), 163(nn 29, 38)
Bureaucracy, 123, 237, 238-239
Burke, Edmund, 214, 240(n8)
Burnheim, John, 202(n4)
By-product theory, 109-110, 110-115, 141, 158
Campaign finance, 222, 244, 257-258, 268
Citizenship
economic conception of, 9, 106-116 131-159
formalist conception of, 133, 134-140, 146
normative conception of, 165-201, 172-175
pluralist conception of, 133, 140-143, 146, 172. See also Pluralism
Coalition building, 68, 88, 89-90, 115, 141, 142, 235-236, 254
Cohen, G. A., 44(n5), 99(n8)
Cohen, Joshua, 20-21, 36, 45(n22), 99(n11), 101(n29), 129(nn 16, 17), 162(n20), 202(n7), 262(n9), 263(n15), 295(n3), 296(n10), 298(n24)
Cole, G.D.H., 202(n4), 263(n13)
Collective property of society, 59-93, 105-106, 131, 169
Common good, 29-35, 39, 45(n24), 135, 136, 140, 141, 151, 170-194, 218, 244, 275-276
Competence, 3, 32, 34, 74, 192-194, 270
Compromise, 49, 50, 51, 89, 167, 168, 218, 248, 251, 254. See also Fair compromise
Condorcet method, 45(n22), 95
Consent, 27-28
Consensus, 19, 35, 36-39, 45(n24), 47, 57, 61-62, 68, 69, 117
Constitutions 41, 82
Constructive view, 19, 24, 35-43
Contractarianism, 9, 134
Corporatism, 252-254
Countermajoritarian institutions, 82
Dahl, Robert, 98(n4), 100(n18), 141, 162(n17), 262(n8), 263(n11), 296(n4)
Delegate, 171, 213-214, 215-219, 224, 227
Deliberation, 10, 83-87, 91-128, 178-190. See also Discussion
democratic conditions of, 10, 123-128, 215-218
egalitarian conditions of, 6, 10, 91-92, 132, 218, 258, 274-275, 276-277
rational conditions of, 48, 116-125
social conditions of, 116-128, 135, 244

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 11
  • Part One Foundations of Democracy 13
  • Chapter One - Self-Government 15
  • Chapter Two - Equality 47
  • Notes 98
  • Part Two Democracy and the Problem of the Modern State 103
  • Chapter Three - the Challenge of the Modern State to the Democratic Ideals 104
  • Notes 128
  • Chapter Four - the Economic Conception of Citizenship 131
  • Notes 159
  • Chapter Five - a Normative Conception of Citizenship 165
  • Notes 201
  • Part Three Principles and Problems of Democratic Institutions 205
  • Chapter Six - Equality and Legislative Representation 206
  • Notes 240
  • Chapter Seven - Interest Groups and Political Parties as Institutions of Deliberation 243
  • Notes 262
  • Chapter Eight Equality in the Process of Social Deliberation 265
  • Notes 295
  • Selected Bibliography 299
  • About the Book and Author 305
  • Index 307
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