|aDeliberative democracy and human rights /|cedited by Harold Hongju Koh and Ronald C. Slye.
|aNew Haven, Conn. :|bYale University Press,|cc1999.
|avii, 317 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aDeliberative democracy and human rights: an introduction / Harold Hongju Koh and Ronald C. Slye -- The death of a public intellectual / Owen Fiss -- Personal rights and public space / Thomas Nagel -- In the beginning was the deed / Bernard Williams -- Autonomy and consequences / Martin D. Farrell -- On philosophy and human rights / Elaine Scarry -- The moral reading and the majoritarian premise / Ronald Dworkin -- Constitutionalism, democracy, and state decay / Stephen Holmes -- Constitutionalism and democracy / Alberta Calsamiglia -- Group aspirations and democratic politics / Ian Shapiro -- Creating the conditions for democracy / Irwin P. Stotzky -- Power under state terror / Jaime Malamud Goti -- Deliberation, disagreement, and voting / Jeremy Waldron -- Deliberative democracy and majority rule: a reply to Waldron / Amy Gutmann -- The epistemic theory of democracy revisited / Carlos F. Rosenkrantz -- Democracy and philosophy: a reply to Stotzky and Waldron / Paul W. Kahn -- Punishment and the rule of law / T.M. Scanlon -- From dictatorship to democracy: the role of transitional justice / Ruti Teitel -- Dictatorship and punishment: a reply to Scanlon and Teitel / Ernesto Garz漃n Vald歋s -- Human rights and democracy in practice: the challenge of accountability / John Shuttuck.