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Shahramnia A. Investigating the Philosophical Foundations of Habermas’ Political Thoughts: A deliberative approach for democracy. IQBQ. 19 (1) :15-36
URL: http://eijh.modares.ac.ir/article-27-7492-en.html
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Abstract The investigation of Habermas’s political ideas of philosophical perspective and measuring his philosophical principles ratio, which is the deliberative democracy, is a purpose of this study that will be followed.  On the one hand, the importance of this issue is this that represents the new readings of democratic standards and on the other hand, consolidates one type of the democracy that has an epistemological distinction with the liberal democracy. Because of this, it is trying to analyze the philosophical foundations of Habermas, and the main components and standards of reinforcing ideas of deliberative democracy to be explained. The findings of present paper suggesting the political views and beliefs of this political philosopher that are arisen from his philosophical thought, has been based on the standards and teachings of communicative action, discourse ethics, rational consensus and public spheres; In addition, the theory of Habermas’ democracy with the discourse consensus has a relatively flexible capability to confront the globalization challenges and from one perspective tries to realize the  real sovereignty of people over their own fate.  
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Received: 2009/05/12 | Accepted: 2011/04/17 | Published: 2012/02/16

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