Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics (2010) XII/1


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CONTENTS

Monographica: Pragmatism and Democracy

Roberto Frega and Fabrizio Trifirò

Guests Editors’ Preface. Pragmatist and Democracy: an overview

Robert Talisse

Saving Pragmatist Democratic Theory (from Itself)

Roberto Frega

What pragmatism means by Public Reason

Gideon Calder

Pragmatism, critical theory and democratic inclusion

Fabrizio Trifirò

The importance of pragmatism for liberal democracy: an anti-foundationalist and deliberative approach to multiculturalism

Mark Porrovecchio

Cracks in the Pragmatic Façade: F. C. S. Schiller and the Nature of Counter-Democratic Tendencies

Joëlle Zask

Self-gouvernement et pragmatisme; Jefferson, Thoreau, Tocqueville, Dewey

Barbara Thayer-Bacon

Education’s Role in Democracy: The Power of Pluralism

Sandra Laugier

Emerson, l’éducation et la démocratie

Filipe Carreira da Silva

School and Democracy. A reassessment of G. H. Mead’s educational ideas

Kenneth W. Stikkers

John Dewey on the Public Responsibility of Intellectuals

Brian Duff

The Pragmatic of Parenthood: Rorty and West on the Politics of the Family

Shane Ralston

Dewey and Goodin on the Value of Monological Deliberation

Brian Butler

Democracy and Law: Situating Law within John Dewey’s Democratic Vision

Simposio: F. Botturi, La generazione del bene

Ferdinando G. Menga

Dal fondamento ontologico alla costituzione politica dell’esperienza. Un percorso di riflessione sul paradigma della mediazione

Carla Canullo

La spirale del bene. Qualche questione su La generazione del bene. Gratuità e esperienza morale di Francesco Botturi

Riccardo Fanciullacci

L’esperienza del mondo e degli altri di fronte alla questione del bene: in margine a Francesco Botturi, La generazione del bene. Gratuità ed esperienza morale

Francesco Botturi

Risposte ai miei critici

Varia

Gillian Brock

Immigration and Global Justice: What kinds of policies should a Cosmopolitan support?

Christopher Cowley

The irreducibility of the personal perspective in ethics. A reply to Baccarini

Barbara de Mori

Il confine permeabile: la negoziazione del confine animali-umani

Vittorio Morfino

Teodicee: una nota su S. Nadler, Il migliore dei mondi possibili

Wojciech Żełaniec

Remarks on The Ontology and The Normative Aspect of Constitutive Rules

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