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Deep Democracy Community, Diversity, and Transformation

ISBN-10: 084769271X
ISBN-13: 9780847692712
Edition: 1999
Authors: Judith M. Green
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Description: In the present period of global crises, an increasingly globalised political economy and a shared environment, Judith M. Green defines Deep Democracy and shows how it can guide an evolutionary deepening of democratic institutions.

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Book details

List price: $36.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/13/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 264
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

In the present period of global crises, an increasingly globalised political economy and a shared environment, Judith M. Green defines Deep Democracy and shows how it can guide an evolutionary deepening of democratic institutions.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Diverse Community or the Unoppressive City: Which Ideal for a Transformative Politics of Difference?
Transformative Communication toward Democratic Communities: Pragmatism or Critical Theory?
Introduction
Preliminary Critical-Reconstructive Negotiations: Pragmatism and Critical Theory
Toward a Comprehensive Philosophy of Democratic Transformation
Differing Voices at the Theory Table: Feminism and Cultural Pluralism
Some Concluding Thoughts: Give Peace a Chance
The Deeply Democratic Community: Reconstructing Dewey's Transformative Ideal
Introduction
Diversity within Dewey's Contextualized Discussions of the Democratic Ideal
Democratic Education as Growth of the Individual, Culture, and Society
Cross-Difference Coalitions and Diverse, Deeply Democratic Communities
Intelligent Communication within Democratic Transformative Social Inquiry
Ongoing Evaluation and Redirection to Reflect Transformative Experience
Effective Coordination and Stabilization of Long-Term Transformative Action
Conclusion
Cosmopolitan Unity Amidst Valued Diversity: Alain Locke's Vision of Deeply Democratic Transformation
Introduction
Race Contacts, Cultural Imperialism, and the Transformative Power of the Arts
Locke's Culturally Pluralistic, Feeling-Focused Theory of Valuation
Critical-Empirical Social Science: "Anthropology in the Broadest Sense"
Democratic Cooperation across Historically Contested Differences
Intellectual Transformation and Critical Multicultural Education
Transformative Cultural Democracy and the Neocapitalist Empire
Prophetic Pragmatism: King, West, and the Beloved Community
Introduction
King's Prophetic and Pragmatic Transformative Framework
The Beloved Community as Location and Goal of Transformative Struggle
West and the Future of Prophetic Pragmatism
Conclusion
Transforming World Capitalisms through Radical Pragmatism: Economy, Law, and Democracy
Introduction
Why the World Needs a New Approach to Political Economy
Radical Pragmatist Transformative Praxis: Economy, Law, and Democracy
Transforming Neocapitalist Economic Theory through Radical Pragmatism
Conclusion
Deepening Democracy: Rebuilding the Public Square
Introduction
Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions of Our Problems in the Public Square
The Transformative Arc: From Cross-Difference Coalition to Beloved Community
Deepening Democracy by Rebuilding the Public Square: Toward a General Model
The Role of Philosophers in Deepening Democracy: A Call to Active Engagement
Bibliography
Index
About the Author

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