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Decentering Democracy: Inclusion and Transformation in Complex Societies

Decentering Democracy: Inclusion and Transformation in Complex Societies James Bohman In Inclusion and Democracy, Iris Young continues her project under decision-making control" (46). In this way, Young decenof transforming the basic categories that guide our thinking ters democracy along two dimensions: the micro-dimension of about justice and democracy. In some of her previous work, the communicative processes that constitute decision making Young challenged the normative appropriateness of univocal and at the macro-dimension of the scale of interlocking levels of categories of membership, calling for a "differentiated" concepgovernance from cities to regions to global society. For Young, tion of citizenship that took into account the role of social groups the first involves the recognition of the place of social perspecin modern polities. Here Young has set out to systematically gentives in just and wise democratic decision making; the latter eralize this theoretical project through requires having smaller units embedrethinking the idea of inclusion that has ded in larger units whenever the scope Young decenters democracy along guided many of the fundamental of people's actions and contexts of two dimensions: the micro-dimenreform movements of democratic sociinteraction constitute a common world. sion of the communicative processes eties, including movements of workUnderstanding democracy in this way that constitute decision making http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

Decentering Democracy: Inclusion and Transformation in Complex Societies

The Good Society , Volume 13 (2) – Jun 1, 2004

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James Bohman In Inclusion and Democracy, Iris Young continues her project under decision-making control" (46). In this way, Young decenof transforming the basic categories that guide our thinking ters democracy along two dimensions: the micro-dimension of about justice and democracy. In some of her previous work, the communicative processes that constitute decision making Young challenged the normative appropriateness of univocal and at the macro-dimension of the scale of interlocking levels of categories of membership, calling for a "differentiated" concepgovernance from cities to regions to global society. For Young, tion of citizenship that took into account the role of social groups the first involves the recognition of the place of social perspecin modern polities. Here Young has set out to systematically gentives in just and wise democratic decision making; the latter eralize this theoretical project through requires having smaller units embedrethinking the idea of inclusion that has ded in larger units whenever the scope Young decenters democracy along guided many of the fundamental of people's actions and contexts of two dimensions: the micro-dimenreform movements of democratic sociinteraction constitute a common world. sion of the communicative processes eties, including movements of workUnderstanding democracy in this way that constitute decision making

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The Good SocietyPenn State University Press

Published: Jun 1, 2004

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