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The Limits of Liberal Democracy

Prospects for Democratizing Democracy

Viviana Asara

dialectic of democracy which regards the collective domination of nature (humankind versus the earth), whereby members of the community of rights grant each other the right to deprive the environment of its rights in manifold ways, institutionalizing what

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Ben Berkowitz and Jean-Paul Gagnon

back of this publicity. “We’re finding that there are many other service providers, from homeowners’ associations to public and private companies, who affect environments and individuals.” These other actors “are coming to the table to interact with

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Amit Ron

can involve significant cognitive costs. They can be complex and require the weighing and balancing of many factors, often in an environment of uncertainty. The fact that a decision wronged someone is therefore not necessarily a sufficient reason to

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Beyond Deliberative Systems

Pluralizing the Debate

Hans Asenbaum

participatory sites including social movement, work, and digital spaces. Second, democratic ecosystems potentially pervade every aspect of life. They extend into every interaction between human and nonhuman animals, technologies, and their natural environment

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Participatory Democracy in Unlikely Places

What Democratic Theorists Can Learn from Democratic Professionals

Selen A. Ercan’s and Albert W. Dzur

doing is we’re making tools people can use together to solve common problems they’re facing in these institutional environments.” When you pay attention to the discourse of people doing things democratically you can learn about the different modes of

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Roberto Farneti

and important. That said, it is increasingly evident that those individual countries are functioning in a globalized environment and it is difficult if not impossible to understand one system in isolation. To some extent the shifts in national patterns

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Paul Apostolidis, William E. Connolly, Jodi Dean, Jade Schiff, and Romand Coles

-scale movements to change institutions in fundamental ways. Visionary Pragmatism underscores the spatial aspects of radical democratic action, as bodies come into mutual proximity and enliven new dimensionalities of shared environments—playgrounds in the barrio

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

discretely human property forms a pivotal part of the new materialist political declaration, where “no adequate political theory can ignore the importance of bodies in situating empirical actors within a material environment of nature, other bodies, and the

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Michael Saward

): 1391 – 1418 . 10.1177/0170840609349875 O'Neill , J. 2001 . “ Representing People, Representing Nature, Representing the World .” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 19 ( 4 ): 483 – 500 . 10.1068/c12s Purcell , E. A. Jr. 1973

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China’s New Silk Road

Autocracy Promotion in the New Asian Order?

Octavia Bryant and Mark Chou

to have everything all its own way. It is already clear that a number of countries along its envisioned Silk Road are very aware of what the flood of Chinese investment and influence would do to local culture, the environment, and political autonomy