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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack Knight; James Johnson
|Description:||xv, 324 p. ; 24 cm.|
Pragmatism and the problem of institutional design --
The appeal of decentralization --
The priority of democracy and the burden of justification --
Reconsidering the role of political argument in democratic politics --
Refining reflexivity --
Formal conditions : institutionalizing liberal guarantees --
Substantive conditions : pragmatism and effectiveness.
|Responsibility:||Jack Knight and James Johnson.|
Overall, this study is a deeply considered, well argued contribution to contemporary debates about the relationship between democratic processes and context in normative political theory. -- Hussein