Democracy (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Unformatted text preview: eign policy in general seem to give rise to possible external rebutting limits to democracy. Bibliography Arneson, R., 2002, “Democracy at the National Level,” in Philosophy and Democracy, ed. T. Christiano, Oxford: Oxford University P ress. Beitz, C., 1989, Political Equality: An Essay on Democratic Theory, P rinceton: P rinceton University P ress. Buchanan, J. and Tullock, G., 1965, The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan P ress. Christiano, T., 2004, “The Authority of Democracy,” Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 12, n. 3 (August): pp. 266-290. Christiano, T., 1996, The Rule of the Many: Fundamental Issues in Democratic Theory, Boulder, CO: Westview P ress. Cohen, J., 2002, “P rocedure and Substance in Deliberative Democracy,” in Philosophy and Democracy, ed. T. Christiano, Oxford: Oxford University P ress. Dahl, R., 1959, A Preface to Democratic Theory, Chicago: University of Chicago P re ss. Downs, A., 1957, An Economic Theory of Democracy, New York: Harper and Row. Dworkin, R., 2000, Sovereign Virtue: The Theory and Practice of Equality, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University P ress. Ely, J. H., 1980, Democracy and Distrust: A Theory of Judicial Review, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University P ress. Elster, J., 2002, “The Market and the Forum: Three Varieties of P olitical Theory,” in Philosophy and Democracy, ed. T. Christiano, Oxford: Oxford University P re ss. Estlund, David, 2002, “Beyond Fairness and Deliberation: The Epistemic plato.stanfor d.edu/entr ies/democr acy/ 26/28 8/30/13 Democr acy ( Stanfor d Encyclopedia of Philosophy) Dimension of Democratic Authority,” in Philosophy and Democracy, ed. T. Christiano, Oxford: Oxford University P ress. Goodin, R., 2003, Reflective Democracy, Oxford: Oxford University P ress. Gould, C., 1988, Rethinking Democracy: Freedom and Social Cooperation in Politics, Economics and Society, New York: Cambridge University P ress. Hayek, F., 1960, The Constitution of Liberty, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago P re ss. Hobbes, T., 1651, Leviathan, ed. C. B. MacP herson, Harmondsworth, UK: P enguin Books, 1968. Hume, D., 1748, “Of the Original Contract,” in Hume's Ethical Writings, ed. Alasdair MacIntyre, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame P ress, 1965. Mill, J. S., 1861, Considerations on Representative Government, Buffalo, NY: P rometheus Books, 1991. Locke, J., 1690, Second Treatise on Civil Government, ed. C. B. MacP herson, Indianapolis, IN: Hackett, 1980 Madison, J., Hamilton, A. and Jay, J., 1788, The Federalist Papers, ed. Isaac Kramnick, Harmondsworth, UK: P enguin Books, 1987. Mansbridge, J. (ed.), 1990, Beyond Self-Interest, Chicago: University of Chicago P re ss. P lato, The Republic, revised/trans. by Desmond Lee, Harmondsworth, UK: P enguin Books, 1974, 2nd edition. Rawls, J., 1996, Political Liberalism, New York: Columbia University P ress, revised edition. Riker, W., 1980, Liberalism Versus Populism, San Francisco: W. H. Freeman. Rousseau, J.-J., 1762, The Social Contract, trans. Charles Frankel, New York: Hafner P ublishing Co., 1947. Schumpeter, J., 1956, Capitalism, Som and Democracy, New York: Harper and Row. Sen, A., 1999, Development as Freedom, New York: Knopf. Singer, P ., 1973, Democracy and Disobedience, Oxford: Oxford University P re ss. Waldron, J., 1999, Law and Disagreement, Oxford: Oxford University P ress. Young, I. M., 1990, Justice and the Politics of Difference, P rinceton, NJ: P rinceton University P ress. Other Internet Resources [P lease contact the author with suggestions.] Related Entries authority | citizenship | constitutionalism | egalitarianism | equality | Hobbes, Thomas | justice | justification, political: public | legitimacy, political | liberty: positive and plato.stanfor d.edu/entr ies/democr acy/ 27/28 8/30/13 Democr acy ( Stanfor d Encyclopedia of Philosophy) negative | Locke, John | Mill, John Stuart | P lato | pluralism | political obligation | publicity | Rawls, John | representation, political | rights | Rousseau, Jean Jacques | rule of law and procedural fairness Copyright © 2006 by Tom Christiano <t homasc@u.arizona.edu> plato.stanfor d.edu/entr ies/democr acy/ 28/28...
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