1. American Democracy and Technology
  2. Ivan Kenneally
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  1. Lessons and Opportunities for Presidential Bioethics Commissions
  2. Jason L. Schwartz
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  1. Facts Alone Will Not Suffice for Bioethics
  2. Arthur L. Caplan
  3. pp. 16-17
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  1. The Mission and Philosophy of National Bioethics Commissions: Contributing to a Stable Societal Consensus
  2. Mark G. Kuczewski
  3. pp. 18-22
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  1. Thoughts on the Purpose of the President's Bioethics Council: Expert Consensus vs. Dignified Conflict
  2. Peter Augustine Lawler
  3. pp. 23-27
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  1. Postmodernism, Autonomy and Bioethical Boundaries
  2. Charles T. Rubin
  3. pp. 28-32
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  1. Mission Possible: National Bioethics Commissions Beyond the Conservative/Liberal Divide
  2. F. Daniel Davis
  3. pp. 33-40
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  1. Making Deliberation Cooler
  2. Lynn M. Sanders
  3. pp. 41-47
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  1. Deliberative Conflict and 'The Better Argument' Mystique
  2. Albena Azmanova
  3. pp. 48-54
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  1. Deliberative Polling as the Gold Standard
  2. Jane Mansbridge
  3. pp. 55-62
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  1. Democracy and the Extended Republic: Reflections on the Fishkinian Project
  2. Sanford Levinson
  3. pp. 63-67
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  1. Response to Critics of When the People Speak: The Deliberative Deficit and What To Do About It
  2. James S. Fishkin
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  1. Some Moral Minima
  2. Lenn E. Goodman
  3. pp. 87-94
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  1. Introduction: The Quest for Universality in Contemporary Context
  2. Stephen A. Simon
  3. pp. 77-78
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