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Publications:
The Values of Science and Democratic Culture

The values of science―honesty, objectivity, respect for the inherent merit of a wide range of ideas―are essential to a democratic culture and can help support the democratization of society

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The Habermasean (De) Reconstruction of Marx’s Paradigm

This paper argues that by introducing the concept of “communicative action” Habermas provides a valuable supplement to Marx’s paradigm, not a substitute for it

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Social Science Research and the Social Policy Making Process: The Case of Albania

This paper examines the role that social research and social analysis play in the policy-making process

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Public Understanding of Science and Participatory Democracy

The relationship between science policy and democracy is widely discussed in contemporary social science. This paper explores ways by which expert preferences and public choices can be harmonized.

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Published online: March 14, 2014

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Postmodern Utopia: Europe’s Global Leadership in a Post-American Age

To remain in the center of world events and become an important global actor Europe needs to strengthen the trans-Atlantic bond with the United States.

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Published online: March 14, 2014

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