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  1. The Stanley Foundation
  2. Entrepreneurship and Education at the Kauffman Foundation
  3. Research and Policy at the Kauffman Foundation
  4. Facebook (156) | The Stanley Foundation
  5. think. September 2010
  6. Economic Club of Canada – Home
  7. The Coming Anarchy
  8. “David Mathews” “Politics for People: Finding a Responsible Public Voice” – Google Search
  9. “Why Deliberative Democracy” “Amy Gutmann” – Google Search
  10. “Discourse Ethics” in “Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action” – Google Search
  11. “Six Democratic Practices” kettering – Google Search
  12. “civic practices” – Google Search
  13. ISA Compendium Discussion Site
  14. Welfare Issues – Page 1 | National Center for Policy Analysis
  15. Debate Central | Resources for High School Students
  16. Progressive Policy Institute: Defining the Third Way
  17. Progressive Fix – The Place for Pragmatic Progressives
  18. CPRN » Home
  19. CPRN » Trust and Balance – Citizens’ Dialogue on the Ontario Budget Strategy 2004-2008
  20. Parliamentary Centre of Canada
  21. UMSL Public Policy Research Center
  22. Discovering Common Ground: Missouri Communities Deliberate
  23. UMissouri Extension – Tools for Missouri Community Preparedness
  24. Local government < Community and leadership | University of Missouri Extension
  25. University of Missouri Extension
  26. Search Results at UMissouri Extension
  27. Regional Economics Applications Laboratory – R | E | A | L: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  28. Canadian International Council
  29. Canadian International Council on Vimeo
  30. OSEDA – Office of Social and Economic Analysis
  31. CIM | Community Issues Management > Home
  32. CPAC – Community Policy Analysis Center
  33. Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS)
  34. Deliberative Democracy: Essays on Reason and Politics (9780262522410): James Bohman, William Rehg: Books – Deliberative Democracy: Essays on Reason and Politics (9780262522410): James Bohman, William Rehg: Books
  35. Why deliberative democracy? – Google Books – The most widely debated conception of democracy in recent years is deliberative democracy–the idea that citizens or their representatives owe each other mutually acceptable reasons for the laws they enact. Two prominent voices in the ongoing discussion are Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson. InWhy Deliberative Democracy?, they move the debate forward beyond their influential book,Democracy and Disagreement. What exactly is deliberative democracy? Why is it more defensible than its rivals? By offering clear answers to these timely questions, Gutmann and Thompson illuminate the theory and practice of justifying public policies in contemporary democracies. They not only develop their theory of deliberative democracy in new directions but also apply it to new practical problems. They discuss bioethics, health care, truth commissions, educational policy, and decisions to declare war. In “What Deliberative Democracy Means,” which opens this collection of essays, they provide the most accessible exposition of deliberative democracy to date. They show how deliberative democracy should play an important role even in the debates about military intervention abroad. Why Deliberative Democracy?contributes to our understanding of how democratic citizens and their representatives can make justifiable decisions for their society in the face of the fundamental disagreements that are inevitable in diverse societies. Gutmann and Thompson provide a balanced and fair-minded approach that will benefit anyone intent on giving reason and reciprocity a more prominent place in politics than power and special interests.
  36. Moral Conciousness and Communicative … – Google Books – This long-awaited book sets out the implications of Habermas’s theory of communicative action for moral theory. “Discourse ethics” attempts to reconstruct a moral point of view from which normative claims can be impartially judged. The theory of justice it develops replaces Kant’s categorical imperative with a procedure of justification based on reasoned agreement among participants in practical discourse.Habermas connects communicative ethics to the theory of social action via an examination of research in the social psychology of moral and interpersonal development. He aims to show that our basic moral intuitions spring from something deeper and more universal than contingent features of our tradition, namely from normative presuppositions of social interaction that belong to the repertoire of competent agents in any society. JA¼rgen Habermas is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Frankfurt.
  37. Deliberative Democracy: Essays on Reason and Politics by James Bohman (Editor), William Rehg – Google Search
  38. F. David Mathews – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  39. Civic Practices Network
  40. National Issues Forums: Home Page
  41. Organization Search
  42. “Discourse Ethics” in “Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action” – Google Search
  43. Discovering Discourse Ethics – Offering workplace values and ethics programs for government and industry, and other management consulting services.
  44. National Issues Forums: Home Page
  45. National Issues Forums: Reports
  46. Public Agenda: Helping Americans Explore Today’s Issues | Public Agenda
  47. Center for Advances at Public Engagement | Public Agenda
  48. Facing Up | to the Nation’s Finances
  49. OSEDA – Office of Social and Economic Analysis
  50. CEPR
  51. CEPR – Mark Weisbrot’s Op-Eds | Clips
  52. American Democracy Project (ADP) – AASCU > Programs
  53. CEPR – Just Foreign Policy
  54. Mark Weisbrot | CEPR Biographies
  55. Dean Baker’s Op-Eds | Clips
  56. Rural Policy Research Institute – RUPRI
  57. Targeting Regional Economic Development (TRED) – Book Overview
  58. Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES)
  59. CIM | Community Issues Management > Home
  60. Center for Strategic and International Studies
  61. About the American Center for International Policy Studies
  62. Fetzer Institute | Home
  63. Washington Policy Center | Washington Policy Center
  64. Organization Search
  65. National Journal Online
  66. Globalization Homepage

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