Persuasion, Power, and Polity: A Theory of Democratic Self-organization

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Hampton Press, 2000 - Political Science - 374 pages
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This interpretation of classical sources of democratic theory describes routes to self-government. It meshes interpretations of Aristotle's political and ethical writings and the republican ideals of Jefferson and Madison with insights derived from modern sciences of complexity.

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Aristotle and Politics as a Process of Public Persuasion
The Matter of Political Learning
Weak Substantive Equality as a Standard

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diZerega is a Ph.D. in Political Theory.

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