Teoría democrática deliberativa y ciencia política empírica

Dennis F. Thompson, Leonardo García Jaramillo, Laura Fuentes Vélez

Resumen


Si bien en la década pasada [década de 1990] proliferaron los estudios empíricos sobre democracia deliberativa, pocos de ellos se ocuparon de las cuestiones más importantes de las teorías normativas. Al mismo tiempo, muchos teóricos de la democracia deliberativa desecharon rápidamente los hallazgos empíricos. Solo recientemente, algunos teóricos y empíricos han comenzado a prestar más atención al trabajo realizado por unos y otros. Sin embargo, no parece que esta atención baste para producir la comprensión que necesitamos de la democracia deliberativa; para ello hace falta que los teóricos y los investigadores empíricos desarrollen una mejor concepción de los elementos de la deliberación, los conflictos entre estos elementos y las relaciones estructurales de los sistemas deliberativos.

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Democracia Deliberativa; Igualdad; Participación; Legitimidad; Publicidad

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