The word deliberation can conjure up many different images. It might remind us of the decisions of juries and judges, a lone individual weighing up which way he or she should act, learned discussion between scientists or heated debate amongst politicians. Yet over the last few decades another conception of deliberation has become prominent in political theory: that of democratic deliberation.
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