Reconhecimento e (qual?) deliberação

Autores

  • Ricardo Fabrino Mendonça Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Palavras-chave:

Deliberação pública. Reconhecimento. Democracia discursiva. Lutas sociais

Resumo

Este artigo busca delinear uma noção de deliberação compatível com a teoria do reconhecimento. Embora tenham dado origem a literaturas distintas, essas duas perspectivas teóricas ressaltam o potencial emancipatório da comunicação intersubjetiva. Para propor uma abordagem combinada, o artigo contesta quatro questionamentos que sugerem a incompatibilidade entre reconhecimento e deliberação. Sustenta-se, então, um viés deliberacionista marcado por: 1) uma concepção não altruísta de reciprocidade; 2) um foco em metaconsensos; 3) uma visão não cognitivista das formas comunicativas; 4) uma compreensão ampliada dos processos deliberativos; e 5) um entendimento sobre a importância do associativismo.

 

Abstract:

This paper aims at outlining a concept of deliberation compatible with the theory of recognition. Despite fostering different bodies of knowledge, these two theoretical perspectives emphasize the emancipatory potential of intersubjective communication. In order to suggest a joint approach, the article challenges four questions that seem to indicate incompatibilities between recognition and deliberation. The paper advocates a deliberative approach marked by: 1) a non-altruist conception of reciprocity; 2) a focus on meta-consensus; 3) a non-cognitive understanding of communicative forms; 4) a broad comprehension of deliberative processes; and 5) an understanding about the importance of civil society associations.

Keywords: public deliberation; recognition; discursive democracy; social struggles

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Biografia do Autor

Ricardo Fabrino Mendonça, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

É Professor Adjunto do Departamento de Ciência Política da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Doutor em Comunicação Social pela UFMG (2009) e graduado em Comunicação/Jornalismo pela mesma instituição (2003), foi pesquisador da Fundação João Pinheiro (2010) e pesquisador visitante no Programa de Ciência Política da Australian National University (2007-2008). Também realizou estágio de estudo junto a University of Nottingham (2002-2003), onde cursou disciplinas nas áreas de filosofia, sociologia e ciência política.

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MENDONÇA, R. F. Reconhecimento e (qual?) deliberação. Opinião Pública, Campinas, SP, v. 17, n. 1, p. 206–227, 2015. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/op/article/view/8641377. Acesso em: 18 jan. 2022.

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