Index

Radical Proceduralism

ISBN: 978-1-80043-721-0, eISBN: 978-1-80043-720-3

Publication date: 30 June 2021

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Fleuß, D. (2021), "Index", Radical Proceduralism, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 189-192. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-720-320211010

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INDEX

Autonomy
, 49–50, 110, 114, 127

Citizens

constitutional system
, 65

deliberation
, 67

democratic citizens
, 4–5, 105, 118

institutional designs
, 134, 136–138, 140–141, 143–145, 148, 152

intersubjective learning
, 108–109

liberal-democratic systems
, 58–59

ordinary citizens
, 81–82

political agents
, 42

political liberalism
, 93–94

political theory of justice
, 59

radical proceduralism
, 121, 129–130

reasonable quality
, 89

self-determination
, 90

Constitutional court
, 7, 17, 66–67, 81, 119, 146, 152–155, 157

Constitutional provisions
, 90–92

Constitutional state
, 76–83

Constructivism
, 24, 52–53, 86

Cooperative discursive designs
, 133–137

Counteraction
, 103, 143, 146, 160, 167

Crisis reform
, 163–164

Democracy

democratic crisis
, 1, 5–6, 161, 163–164, 167

democratic innovations
, 137–139, 142, 147, 159, 165–166

democratic legitimacy. See Democratic legitimacy

democratic toolkit
, 145–146, 159–161, 165–166

institutions
, 10–12

Democratic legitimacy
, 1–4

communicative action
, 70–76

democratic ideals
, 15–16

epistemic dimension
, 87

ideal speech situation
, 70–76

Democratic procedures
, 90–92

Democratic reform
, 163–164

Disagreement reform
, 163–164

Dryzek, J.
, 9–10, 14, 22, 44–45, 82, 108–109, 112–113, 123, 129, 133–136, 138, 143, 152, 167, 171

Epistemic abstinence
, 40–45

Equality
, 93–96

Estlund, D.
, 19, 27, 34–38, 41, 87, 89, 103, 164

Expertise
, 93–96

Expertocratic, expertocracy
, 7–8, 10, 13, 27–28, 35, 43, 81, 85, 93, 125, 152

Fairness transfer
, 54–55

Germany/German
, 11–12, 80–81, 121–123, 137–139, 142, 165–166

Habermas, J.
, 9, 11, 24, 26, 47, 69, 83, 86, 88–89, 91–92, 95–96, 104–105, 107–108, 119, 133, 135, 158, 165

Iceland, Icelandic
, 11–12, 137–139, 142, 147–148, 151, 159, 161, 165–167

Ideal theory
, 20–21, 68–69, 113

Inclusion
, 9, 16, 18, 46–47, 86, 96, 98, 104, 113, 122, 134

Inclusive participation
, 110–114

Institutional designs
, 9–10, 13–14, 18–19, 23–24, 68–69, 88, 99–100, 103, 117, 124, 134–137, 142–143, 149, 161, 165–167

open democracy
, 143–160

participatory institutional design (PID)
, 144

poitical institution
, 16–19

radical proceduralist institutional design
, 133–143

Institutions

action-guiding
, 27–29

constitutional state
, 76–83

constructivist
, 23–27

decision making
, 95–96

deliberative politics
, 76–83

democratic legitimacy
, 62–69

legitimate democratic institutions
, 107–108

metatheoretical challenges
, 19–29

political stability
, 62–69

system of rights
, 76–83

Instrumentalists
, 87

Kant, I.
, 24, 49–52, 76, 86, 90, 99, 104–105, 113

Landemore, H.
, 34, 43, 114, 118, 137–138, 144–145

Legislation
, 148–152

Legitimacy

democratic legitimacy
, 1, 15–16, 49–51, 53, 62, 69–70, 76, 85–87, 89, 100, 103–106, 122–123, 133, 146, 161, 164–165

political legitimacy
, 8–9, 17, 23–24, 29, 32, 34, 50–52, 87–88, 104–105, 107, 110, 160–161

Open democracy
, 118, 144–145

Openness
, 76, 114, 118, 120, 133, 145, 169–170

open-endedness
, 118–120

reflectiveness
, 114–118

Parliament
, 7, 17, 66–67, 81, 126, 147, 159

Participation

deliberative participation
, 115

democratic legislative process
, 77

democratic politics
, 163

equal autonomy
, 110–114

inclusive participation
, 133

open-ended citizen participation
, 136

political participation
, 147–148, 170

public political forum
, 94

routinised participation
, 160

Participatory institutional design (PID)
, 135–139, 144, 147, 160, 166

Participatory toolkits
, 160–161

Paternalism
, 7–8, 43, 102, 134, 156, 164–166

Paternalistic threat
, 7–8, 14, 43, 85, 103, 154–157, 164–165

Philosophical modesty
, 68–69

Policies

legislation
, 148–152

policymaking
, 148–152

Policymaking
, 148–152

Political criticism
, 13–14

Political institutions
, 1, 8, 13–14, 16, 18–19, 38, 52, 62–64, 66–67, 78, 97, 121, 127–128, 139–140, 154, 163, 167, 169–170

institutional design
, 16–19

Political legitimacy
, 8–9, 17, 23–24, 29, 32, 34, 50–52, 87–88, 104–105, 107, 110, 160–161

Political liberalism
, 59, 61

Political theory
, 13–14

Political truth

action-guiding approach
, 134, 164–165

community
, 128

democratic legitimacy
, 28

democratizing normative theory
, 103

epistemic abstinence
, 40–45

equality
, 93

expertise
, 93

proceduralism
, 8–9, 120

procedure-independent political truth
, 9

radical proceduralism
, 40, 87

Politics

deliberative
, 76–83

epistemic abstinence
, 40–45

Proceduralism
, 45–47

citizens
, 120–132

limits of
, 98–102

political theorists
, 120–132

radical proceduralism
, 125–130

Procedures

aggregative procedures
, 112

construction procedure
, 57

deliberative procedures
, 115

democratic legitimacy
, 31, 40, 53

democratic political procedures
, 66

democratic political systems
, 17

democratic procedures
, 87, 98, 167

political procedures
, 18

political truth
, 40–45

procedure-external standards
, 164

procedure-independent notions
, 8–9, 104–105

radical proceduralism
, 86

rational proceduralism
, 34–38

Radical proceduralism
, 38, 40, 60

claims
, 129

deflationary discursive account
, 105–110

democratizing normative theory
, 103–110

disagreement
, 168–169

equal autonomy
, 110–114

Habermas’s deliberative proceduralism
, 69–83

inclusive participation
, 110–114

institutional experimentation
, 9

openness
, 114–118

participatory toolkits
, 160–161

paternalism
, 164–166

political theorists
, 125–130

political truth. See Political truth

Rawls’s liberal proceduralism
, 52–69

roles
, 129

systematic challenges
, 85–98

Radical proceduralist institutional design

cooperative discursive designs
, 133–137

participatory toolkits
, 160–161

re-designing institutions
, 137–143

re-thinking institutions
, 137–143

social engineering design
, 133–137

Radical proceduralist philosopher
, 129–130, 135, 137, 168–169

Radical proceduralist theorist
, 125, 128–129, 136

Rational reconstruction
, 26, 74–75, 99, 108

Rawls, J.
, 9, 11, 16, 20–21, 24–27, 47, 52, 69, 86, 90–91, 93–94, 97, 99, 104–105, 156, 165

Raz, J.
, 8, 32–34, 36, 87

Realism
, 20–23, 29–30

Reflection
, 24, 50, 62, 112, 123, 143, 152, 161

Reflectiveness
, 6, 11, 114, 117–118, 139, 143, 149–150, 169–170

Reform

constitutional reforms
, 147

crisis reform
, 163–164

democratic reform
, 163–164

disagreement reform
, 163–164

effectiveness
, 166–167

expertocratic reform proposals
, 7–9

institutional reform
, 7–8, 134, 137–138, 159

political reform
, 28

proposals
, 147–148

radical proceduralist reform
, 166–167

viability
, 166–167

Representative democracy
, 82, 144–145, 161

Rousseau, J.
, 50, 123–124

Self-legislation
, 50

Social engineering design
, 133–137

Social movements
, 146, 158–159

System of rights
, 76–83

Transfer of justice
, 54–55

Truth
, 45–47

Waldron, J.
, 3, 39, 44, 111, 122–123, 153, 171