"This short communication sets forth a modification of Habermas’s discourse ethics, designed to render the
dialogical features of discourse ethics practically feasible in contexts that do not have the institutional resources for
organizing actual discourses inclusive of all stakeholders. After briefly sketching an interpretation of Habermas’s
principle of dialogical universalization, I set forth a practical heuristic that recasts discourse-ethical idealizations as
feasible research tasks of two sorts: dialogical argument-construction and public-merits assessment. The
communication closes with a short consideration of the challenge that value conflicts pose for discourse bioethics."
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