La raison publique : un consensus qui cache une forme de domination

Abstract : The public reason, expressing itself in a deliberative process in order to reach a consensus, has become an unavoidable practice in the contemporary democracies. The purpose of this article is to criticize the homogenization that these practices produce in the public space. A space in which consensus, instead of promoting citizen's participation and an independence from the State, creates invisible forms of domination. It does so by transforming the participation into a collaborative mechanism with the social management policies developed by the State.
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Olga Nadeznha Vanegas. La raison publique : un consensus qui cache une forme de domination. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale ED 382, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2013, pp.175-183. ⟨hal-00944195⟩



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