Sobre la posibilidad de una Esfera Pública Europea. Conversación entre Juan Torres y Sami Naïr

López, Juan Torres; Naïr, Sami
January 2013
IC: Revista Científica de Información y Comunicación;2013, Issue 10, p15
Academic Journal
Professors Sami Naïr and Juan Torres talk about the possibility of establishing an authentic European public sphere, defined as a space of conversation and deliberation for citizens who seek to serve the public interest; a space where opposing rationales are revealed and which is essential for building conduits for democracy.


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