By Jamie Cloud Eakin
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With such a mundane agenda and so many warts, it is sometimes puzzling that we so easily pledge allegiance to democracy. Yet while democracy is in a sense only a public decision procedure, it is distinguished by the fact it bestows special legitimacy upon public decisions. Some claim democracy is the only form of government capable of political legitimacy.! Such legitimacy stems from the fact that democratic procedures privilege who decides political questions over what gets decided. A democratic government carries legitimacy because its policies are created not by an external authority (however benevolent) but by the very people who must abide by those policies-the governed.
20 Neutralists who advocate arts subsidies thus face an impasse. Caught between the demands of neutrality and the aspirations of perfectionism, they must either: (1) abandon neutrality as the guiding principle of state action, or (2) abandon perfectionism as their strategy for justifying arts subsidies. , Rawls), or (4) formulate a cogent nonperfectionist argument for subsidy. The remainder of this section works to establish the 22 THE TRADITION OF SUBSIDY: ART AND CULTURAL PERFECTION implausibility of abandoning neutrality, and therefore it argues in favor of rejecting perfectionism as a political principle.
1. Aristotle also held admiration of beauty to be an intrinsic good for man, but he viewed it as a subordinate good to the highest good of rational contemplation. Also, I ignore here certain controversies about whether Aristotle actually held rational contemplation to be the single best life for man. The perfectionist literatute typically takes this assumption as unconttoversial, and so in this context I do not question it here. 8 Raz, Joseph. The Morality of Freedom. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986, p.