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Contagious Humanism in Early Nineteenth-Century German-Language Press

Heidi Hakkarainen

language underwent significant transformation. Many concepts that would later become an integral part of modern intellectual history were coined in the period following the French Revolution in 1789. One of the key concepts included in the volumes of

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Dominik Austrup, Marion Repetti, Andreas Avgousti, Th. W. Bottelier, and Antonin Lacelle-Webster

pluralist understanding of democracy, populism and liberal democracies are fundamentally incompatible (39). Galston proceeds by laying out a historical analysis of the rise of populist parties in Europe focusing on Hungary, Poland, and France (chap. 4

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The Rise of Despotic Majoritarianism

Benjamin Abrams

the nineteenth century, has now become a reality throughout the European Union, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.” More recently, John Keane (2020: 239–240 ) has complained of how “in countries such as India, Britain, France