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Rethinking Modes of Political Participation

The Conventional, Unconventional, and Alternative

Marcin Kaim

Katz , Ines Levin , and Lucas Núñez . 2020 . “ Conventional and Unconventional Participation in Latin America: A Hierarchical Latent Class Approach .” Political Science Research and Methods 1 – 11 . doi: 10.1017/psrm.2020.35 . 10.1017/psrm

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Translating the Concept of Experiment in the Late Eighteenth Century

From the English Philosophical Context to the Greek-Speaking Regions of the Ottoman Empire

Eirini Goudarouli and Dimitris Petakos

, gaining fortune and fame within the intellectual, religious, political, and social milieu. 6 During the eighteenth century, this “Western-educated” Greek-speaking intellectual elite and a newly emerging class of Greek-speaking merchants and artisans

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An Intellectual Genealogy of the Revolt against “Esprit de Système”

From the Renaissance to the Early Enlightenment

Jeffrey D. Burson

ruling classes questioned why the revival of ancient civic virtue had availed them only warfare, civic factionalism, despotism, and a new wave of “barbarian” invasions during the Habsburg-Valois Wars (1494–1558). 4 But, the waning Renaissance of the

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

class anger fueled by the 2008 economic downturn, a two-term Obama presidency, and ongoing processes of globalization and multiculturalism. In addition to garnering an estimated 1.9 billion in free media, Trump has mastered the art of online

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Pablo Facundo Escalante

seemed to show us that the enlightened class rejected this form of government. … There were no more than a few men whose noble and elevated souls felt worthy of being born republican, … the rest wished, wanted nothing more than the Constitution of 1791

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Jonas Hultin Rosenberg

power between the educated and working classes ( Mill 1861 : ch. 7). A notion of this type seems quite unusual today in respect to Mill's egalitarian and inclusive theory of democracy, and it has been rejected by most contemporary commentators ( Miller

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Realizing Interspecies Democracy

The Preconditions for an Egalitarian, Multispecies, World

Sue Donaldson, Janneke Vink, and Jean-Paul Gagnon

( Stuurman 2004 ) and have gathered a tidal momentum in innumerable instances in this world across its history, crashing with brave and hard hopes for a fairer future against those monarchs, aristocrats, oligarchs, classes, capitalists, governments, managers

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The Conceptual and Anthropological History of Bat Mitzvah

Two Lexical Paths and Two Jewish Identities

Hizky Shoham

everyone, of all genders, classes, and even ages. Alongside the initiation, and sometimes in its stead, the meaning of the bar/bat mitzvah lies in its function, in the late-modern Jewish world, as a more significant and elaborate birthday. Like the birthday

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Le moment Lamennais

Modern Slavery and the Re-description of People (and Democracy) in Spain and Chile

Gonzalo Capellán

democracy” based on the idea of a “sovereignty of reason.” The French doctrinaire Edouard Alletz thought that those who believe in the triumph of the “old democracy,” that is, “the majority of the number,” were wrong and that the middle classes were the

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Marcos S. Scauso, Garrett FitzGerald, Arlene B. Tickner, Navnita Chadha Behera, Chengxin Pan, Chih-yu Shih, and Kosuke Shimizu

democracy visible opens space for more substantive consideration of how these equalities and inequities cut across the axes of race, gender, class, and other constructed categories coimbricated within the legacies of coloniality. Subsequently, we explore