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Democratic enfranchisement beyond citizenship: the all-affected principle in theory and practice

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This is a collection of four papers about the All-Affected Principle (AAP): the view that every person whose morally weighty interests are affected by a democratic decision has the right to participate in that decision.

The first paper (“Narrow Possibilism about Democratic Enfranchisement”) examines how we should distribute democratic participation rights: a plausible version of AAP must avoid treating unlike cases alike, which would be procedurally unfair. The solution is ...

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University of Oxford
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Nuffield College
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Zimmermann, A
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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