A model of deliberation based on Rawls’s political liberalism

@article{Benhenda2011AMO,
  title={A model of deliberation based on Rawls’s political liberalism},
  author={Mostapha Benhenda},
  journal={Social Choice and Welfare},
  year={2011},
  volume={36},
  pages={121-178}
}
In this article, we present a model of deliberation based on Rawls’s political liberalism. Our formalization gives a new perspective on his political theory. Moreover, we obtain quantitative results on political deliberation under Rawlsian rules. Finally, we elaborate two arguments in favor of Rawlsian deliberation: first, deliberation is epistemically valuable when, all other things being equal, it tends to favor the better view, because in this case, deliberators settle on the better view… 
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