Episode: Robert B. Talisse on Overdoing Democracy


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Robert B. Talisse on Overdoing Democracy

You can overdo most things, but can you overdo democracy? Political philosopher Robert B. Talisse thinks you can. He explains why in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.

We are very grateful for sponsorship from the Marc Sanders Foundation for this episode. 



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