By Maria McCann
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As the space in which matters of common concern can be openly discussed and accepted as having a legitimate inﬂuence on government policies, the public sphere looks as if it should be the cornerstone of a democratic society. Yet questions remain about this public sphere. Among the more fundamental is the question of where to look for the answers. Is there still some authority to appeal to at least on this matter? An obvious question is who is to take part. In the beginning that was decided by the participants themselves, or by their backgrounds, which were of a fairly uniform nature.
But Dewey also has another way of saying this. He says ‘there are too many publics’,11 meaning that, in a large and ramiﬁed modern state, the general formula for a public can be found to be satisﬁed by groups within the state, organizing themselves in the way the public, as the populus, should, but by their very doing so undermining the possibility of a public as the populus. Does this latter threaten the status of our truism, that in each society that has a public there is only one? Not if the fact that there are several really does mean that there is no single public.
How far it extends to the contemporary political situation in states that have their (unique) publics is a matter of debate and judgement. But the degree to which supposedly unique publics in that sense have become multiple audiences as described here is a question as crucial as it is topical. Dewey’s paradigmatic public is by no means an audience. It is a suﬃciently but not too large group of people with a shared interest in the regulation of the consequences of their joint actions, self-positioned in a political system of which they are consciously at one and the same time the private originators and common beneﬁciaries.