This paper looks into the politics of difference's criticism of deliberative democracy in the work of Iris M. Young. According to Young, theories of deliberative democracy are not as inclusive as they pretend to be. She proposes a theory of communicative democracy based on greeting, storytelling and rhetoric. To begin with, this paper examines three conditions of deliberative democracy (the inclusiveness-condition, the rationality-condition, and the legitimacy-condition) and argues that Young's criticism of the deliberative democracy is based on wrong assumptions. Secondly, the paper investigates Young's proposed theory of communicative democracy. Although greeting, storytelling and rhetoric play a role in the process of political communication, it is not the role proposed by Young. Accordingly, as a mechanism to increase inclusiveness, her theory is politically unproductive.
|Título de la publicación alojada||Global challenges to liberal democracy. Political participation, minorities and migrations|
|Número de páginas||12|
|ISBN (versión digital)||9789400759985|
|ISBN (versión impresa)||9400759975, 9789400759978|
|Estado||Publicada - 1 oct. 2013|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|