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Contemporary Roma exclusion is a form of "passive" exclusion as nowadays public policies are not deliberatively exclude the Roma, even if they are excluded as a consequence of social policies.
That social order must be explained in terms of individual actions, beliefs and desires, in Hayek's view, does not mean that social order is deliberatively created by individuals (Hayek 1944, pp.
Power-holders more strongly express their characters, but they are also susceptible to manipulations of environmental cues-much more than less-powerful people, who act deliberatively and have less extreme but more consistent preferences.
Significantly, Archer identifies reflexivity, as a bridge between structure and agency, 'mediating deliberatively between the objective and structural opportunities confronted by different groups and the nature of people's objectively defined concerns' (Archer, 2007, 61).
Finally three potential intervention points are offered: (1) create new democratic North American regional institutions with specific projects related to standardization; (2) establish clear roles and responsibilities between the private sector, government, civil society, business and citizens in a beyond compliance environment; and (3) deliberatively re-vision the good life & the social compact at all levels.
We intend to take this process very deliberatively and very carefully.
Creating a results-oriented governmental organization involves a process of consciously and deliberatively integrating the separate administrative functions of the city into one cohesive unit.
Students are to be deliberatively engaged in the critical scrutiny of their beliefs as well as those of others.
For readers who expected (maybe even hoped for) another deliberatively provocative and contentious work from the 'wild man' of philosophy of science, The Tyranny of Science, the latest published attempt to exhume the intellectual remains of Paul Feyerabend, will be disappointing.
The term comes from Dennis Thompson, who argues that we should "not insist that every practice in a deliberative democracy be deliberative, but that every practice should at some point in time be deliberatively justified.
Therefore the group should be the creation of an institutional mechanism such as a research ethics committee (REC), which significantly contributes to the discipline required to proceed deliberatively.
In addition, procedures may signal self-awareness by an agency official about the significance of the decision he is making, thereby encouraging him to act less provincially and more deliberatively.