For many years in Western democracies, politics and politicians have been thought of with contempt by the majority of citizens. Bilakovics argues that democratic society's openness makes political argument and persuasion seem absurd, yet he calls on us to recognize ourselves as citizens still capable of persuading and being persuaded in turn.
Subjects: Political Science, Philosophy
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