Do ideal ao real: as consequências das mudanças conceituais na teoria deliberativa From ideal to real: the consequences of conceptual changes in deliberative theory
Author(s)Claudia Feres Faria
Neo-Corporatism and Participation
Political science (General)
DOAJ:Law and Political Science
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AbstractA teoria deliberativa passa por mudanças significativas em seus pressupostos fundamentais. Para acomodar conceitos como autointeresse, poder e conflito e outras formas de comunicação, tais como barganha, essa teoria revisa atualmente os pressupostos que a orientava. Nesse movimento, ela se aproxima de outras abordagens clássicas da teoria democrática, como o pluralismo e o neocorporativismo. Este artigo tem um duplo objetivo: (1) analisar tais mudanças e (2) aferir as potencialidades e os limites das mesmas para a teoria em tela.<br>A deliberative theory has undergone significant changes in their fundamental assumptions. To accommodate concepts such as self-interest, conflict and power and other forms of communication as a bargain, this theory has revised the initial assumptions that oriented it. In this move, it becomes more similar to other traditional approaches to democratic theory, such as pluralism and neo-corporatism. This article has two aims: (1) to analyze such changes; and (2) to evaluate the potential and limits of such changes to deliberative theory.
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