Deliberative Conflict and 'The Better Argument' Mystique

Deliberative Conflict and 'The Better Argument' Mystique Albena Azmanova Wparticipants reportedly increased their support for raising Since James Fishkin designed deliberative opinion polls the retirement age, as well as for encouraging foreign investalmost two decades ago, they have been conducted around the ment and free trade.12 While the majority of people at first had world--from Argentina, Brazil, and the United States, through a number of European countries, to Japan and China. This opposed reforms of the pension system, they eventually agreed particular type of deliberative polling, reconceptualized most that "keeping the retirement rules the way they are will bankrupt recently in When the People Speak,1 is likely the most effective the retirement system."13 Thus, the trans-European deliberative institutional mechanism known to date for bringing to life the polls effectively brought about a shift to the right on two policy ideal of deliberative democracy, that is, of subjecting demoissues that have been at the heart of ideological conflicts in cratic policy-making to what Jürgen Habermas has called "the Europe: labor-market liberalization and market openness. The 2 As such a device, the unforced force of the better argument." Financial Times article concluded on the salutary note that "[t]he polls' claim to validity rests on creating conditions under http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

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Albena Azmanova Wparticipants reportedly increased their support for raising Since James Fishkin designed deliberative opinion polls the retirement age, as well as for encouraging foreign investalmost two decades ago, they have been conducted around the ment and free trade.12 While the majority of people at first had world--from Argentina, Brazil, and the United States, through a number of European countries, to Japan and China. This opposed reforms of the pension system, they eventually agreed particular type of deliberative polling, reconceptualized most that "keeping the retirement rules the way they are will bankrupt recently in When the People Speak,1 is likely the most effective the retirement system."13 Thus, the trans-European deliberative institutional mechanism known to date for bringing to life the polls effectively brought about a shift to the right on two policy ideal of deliberative democracy, that is, of subjecting demoissues that have been at the heart of ideological conflicts in cratic policy-making to what Jürgen Habermas has called "the Europe: labor-market liberalization and market openness. The 2 As such a device, the unforced force of the better argument." Financial Times article concluded on the salutary note that "[t]he polls' claim to validity rests on creating conditions under

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Published: Jul 22, 2010

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