In this book, Carol Gould tries to envision a future for democracy that is both faithful to what she takes to be its philosophical and normative ground and well-matched to the political challenges of advancing global justice. These challenges arise because the social and institutional world is increasingly complex, with the relevance of state boundaries diminishing significantly in recent decades when it comes to identifying and evaluating agents, acts and effects on the global stage. I begin by reconstructing and summarizing what I take to be her central line of argument.
"Interactive Democracy: The Social Roots of Global Justice,"
International Dialogue: Vol. 6, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/id-journal/vol6/iss1/14