Does Dewey have an “epistemic argument” for democracy?

@article{Festenstein2019DoesDH,
  title={Does Dewey have an “epistemic argument” for democracy?},
  author={Matthew Festenstein},
  journal={Contemporary Pragmatism},
  year={2019},
  volume={16},
  pages={217-241}
}
The analysis and defence of democracy on the grounds of its epistemic powers is now a well-established, if contentious, area of theoretical and empirical research. This article reconstructs a distinctive and systematic epistemic account of democracy from Dewey's writings. Running like a thread through this account is a critical analysis of the distortion of hierarchy and class division on social knowledge, which Dewey believes democracy can counteract. The article goes on to argue that Dewey’s… Expand

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