Articles by John Min

October 8, 2021

🦋 A democratic philosophy for democracy’s data mountain? 

John Min
John Min accepts Jean-Paul Gagnon’s premise that democratic theorists should persist in studying the nature of democracy, and sees the goals of Gagnon’s project as admirable. But he argues that several methodological issues concerning the means of achieving those ends need to be explored
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John Min
Philosophy Professor, Department of Social Sciences, College of Southern Nevada

John specialises in social-political philosophy and normative democratic theory.

He writes about deliberative democratic theory, the epistemic value of deliberation, power, and propaganda.

John's research in deliberative democracy and power has culminated in a book, Power in Deliberative Democracy: Norms, Forums, and Systems (Palgrave 2018), co-authored with Nicole Curato and Marit Hammond.

Power in Deliberative Democracy: Norms, Forums, Systems

His papers have been published by Philosophy Compass, Critical Review, Contemporary Pragmatism, and Democratic Theory.

Follow him on Twitter @JohnBMin

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