Prof. UAM dr hab. Karolina M. Cern
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
English abstract: This article formulates the thesis that research is needed in the field of deliberative philosophy of administrative sciences. First of all, three general premises for the formulation of this thesis are indicated, namely: 1) the principle of sovereignty, understood in deliberative democracy as co-original with the rule of law; 2) a deliberative public philosophy which, from a contextual and particularistic point of view, considers the addressee of law as a full participant in the debate on law; and 3) the abstract principle of autonomy of will, according to which the addressee of law should also be able to understand themselves as an author of law. In the following steps, these general premises are analysed in the context of the triad of administrative sciences in order to provide more detail and context for the main thesis.
Keywords: administrative sciences, deliberative democracy, co-originarity of the rule of law and the principle of sovereignty, deliberative public philosophy, public rights
Published: Number 4(33)/2022, pp. 6-20
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