Democrazia «perlaborativa» In margine a Conviction religieuse et responsabilité politique di Jean-Marc Ferry
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The aim of this paper is to discuss Ferry’s views on deliberative democracy. Particularly, it deals with the contentious role of religion in the public sphere of contemporary post-secular societies. How can we legitimate this inclusion? Is it possible to justify the compatibility between «religious convictions» and the so-called «public reason»? The article argues that Ferry’s suggestion of a «perlaborative» democracy can be a valid argument. «Perlaboration», the French translation of Freud’s term Durcharbeitung, involves a process of reciprocal adjustment between religions and public reason: on the one hand, religious convictions in pluralistic democratic debate are called to accept the perspective of argumentative discussion; on the other hand, the public debate needs to be inclusive of different standards of justification, like narrative reasoning and story-telling, which are typical of religious citizens.
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