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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Democratic Theory as Social Codification

Christian Ewert and Marion Repetti

as semiotic code serves an important purpose. It turns our attention away from ontological and normative claims about democracy; instead, the focus is on sociopolitical discourses and patterns of communication that constitute democratic theory

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Book Symposium

Nancy S. Love, Sanford F. Schram, Anthony J. Langlois, Luis Cabrera, and Carol C. Gould

liberals who understand rights as properties possessed by individuals and conferred by states, Gould adopts what she calls an “interactive approach” based on a “social ontology” that understands “individuals-in-relations” (3). In addition to liberal

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The Will of the People?

Carl Schmitt and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on a Key Question in Democratic Theory

Samuel Salzborn

ontological nature, must eventually become its opposite, thereby negating the current real-world will of the people, that is, the sum of the wills of all individuals, which are always changeable and varying in practice. The following analysis proposes that

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Assessing Democracy In Vitro, In Vivo, and In Actu and the Role of Democratic Theory Today

Anastasia Deligiaouri and Jane Suiter

in different contexts, may be contradictory, providing ground for uncertainty and confusion. Conversely, ambiguity and semantic pluralism are ontologically inherent in the concept of democracy itself and can also be considered as a constructive

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What Is Democratic Theory?

Rikki Dean, Jean-Paul Gagnon, and Hans Asenbaum

Theory. Democratic theory cuts across Warren's (1989) distinction between political theory and political philosophy – the former concerned with explanatory theories, the latter oriented to questions of ontology, epistemology, and normativity

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Belonging to Spontaneous Order

Hayek, Pluralism, Democracy

Stephanie Erev

connection to a third, still earlier tradition of pluralist thought, he shows that early pluralists such as William James and Mary Parker Follett, like new pluralists, appreciate the importance of a pluralist ontology for pluralist politics. In their

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

commemorative network. As such, both a time and a place are considerable actors around which a commemorative narrative revolves. The lack of ontological distinction between ideas, representations, objects, and materials at the heart of both ANT and new