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Who should have a right to take part in which decisions in democratic decision making? This "boundary problem" is a central issue for democracy and is of both practical and theoretical import. If nothing else, all different notions of democracy have one thing in common: a reference to a community of individuals, "a people", who takes decision in a democratic fashion. However, that a decision is made with a democratic decision method by a certain group of people doesn't suffice for making thedoi:10.21814/eps.1.1.52 fatcat:j3qoqh2v6za5pchqtcuo3gwy2e