Talk:Deliberation

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Hu, could someone clarify that deliberation is not only a judical term, but also a term in political science (meaning free discussion before decision?) -- till we *) 15:50, 28 Apr 2004 (UTC)

if you are deliberating with some one you are trying to win a battle beetween the two of you or more in the case

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deliberative_democracy

Deliberation: Deliberation is an approach to decision-making in which citizens consider relevant facts from multiple points of view, converse with one another to think critically about options before them and enlarge their perspectives, opinions, and understandings. http://www.deliberative-democracy.net/deliberation/

Deliberative democracy: Deliberative democracy strengthens citizen voices in governance by including people of all races, classes, ages and geographies in deliberations that directly affect public decisions. As a result, citizens influence--and can see the result of their influence on--the policy and resource decisions that impact their daily lives and their future. http://www.deliberative-democracy.net/deliberation/

Both of these are inadequate. Atilla rulez. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 128.255.148.83 (talk) 23:17, 5 May 2010 (UTC)