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Sources of Anxiety About the Party in Radical Political Theory

Marcelo Hoffman

to contend for state power. He submitted that in the predominant ‘ontology of organisation, or of the modern party’, parties perform ‘expressive’ and ‘instrumental’ functions: liberal and Marxist parties seek not only to represent opinions and

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Liberty through Political Representation and Rights Recognition

Christopher J. Allsobrook

international moral rights follow from some ontology of the person. However, he maintains, customary international law and the rights recognition thesis offer more adequate accounts of what it means to have universal rights and obligations (2011: 752). Boucher

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Creating the People as ‘One’?

On Democracy and Its Other

Marta Nunes da Costa

its own destruction. Ultimately, I have tried to show that what truly guides the democratic project is the permanent contestation of the meaning of ‘the people’, rather than its ontological status; this implies that no identity problem (nor search for