Persuasion and compulsion in democracy / edited by Jacquelyn Ann K. Kegley and Krzysztof Piotr Skowroânski. - Lanham : Lexington Books, 2013 - X, 265 p. ; 24 cm

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface: New Visions and Public Actions Introduction: Re-assessing Compulsion and Persuasion in Democracy via a New Framework Part I: Public Issues Chapter 1: Between Rhetoric and Dialectic: On Persuasion and Other Compulsive Habits in Democracy Chapter 2: Democracy, Persuasion, or Inclusion?: The Sense of a Crisis Chapter 3: Compulsion and Persuasion in a Democracy of Split Levels Chapter 4: Hegemony, Social Inquiry, and the Primacy of Practical Reason Part II: Theoretical Matters Chapter 5: Keeping Radical Democracy Pragmatic: The Vanishing Subject in Laclau and Mouffe's Politics of the Real Chapter 6: A Good Citizen: The Forlorn Hope of Freedom and Rational persuasion Beyond Compulsion - A Pragmatist View Chapter 7: Pragmatist Philosophy and Persuasive Discourse: Dewey and Rorty on the Role of Non-Logical Changes in Belief Chapter 8: Constructivist Problems, Realist Solutions Part III: Actions Chapter 9: A Pragmatist Communicative Ethics for Politics and Everyday Life: Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy Chapter 10: Persuasion and Compulsion in Radical Democracy: Some Insights from John Dewey Chapter 11: Aesthetic Persuasion and Political Compulsion: Literary Philosophy in Light of Richard Rorty's Ideas of Democratic Liberalism and Cultural Politics Chapter 12: The Global Learning Chain and Baltimore City's Filipino Teachers: Persuasion and Compulsion in the Classroom Chapter 13: Persuasion and Compulsion in Democratic Urban Planning Index About the Contributors

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Persuasion (Psychology)
Compulsive behavior
Persuasión (Psicología)

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