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The Will of the People?

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

Samuel Salzborn

of the Power .” Italian Journal of Public Law 1 : 67 – 93 . Marx , Karl . ( 1867 ) 1908 . Capital: A Critique of Political Economy . Vol. 1 , The Process of Capitalist Production . Chicago : Charles H. Kerr & Co. Marx , Karl . ( 1894

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William R. Caspary

Democracy . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Pateman , Carole . 2012 . “ Participatory Democracy Revisited. ” Perspectives on Politics 10 ( 1 ): 7 – 19 . 10.1017/S1537592711004877 Piketty , Thomas . 2014 . Capital in the Twenty

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

vulnerable members of society must remain functional to serve and protect the life requirements of the middle classes and capital owners, even at the risk to their own lives. The experience of people living in the slums with poor access to food or clean

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

demands discontinuous bouts of work from atomized individuals who must constantly, frantically be on high alert for moments when they can insert bits of productive labor for payment into the flows of capital circulation ( Berardi 2009 ; Ross 2013) . Info

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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

has this potential for transformative and lasting change that is often impossible via top-down rule enforcement. Of course, there is also the community building—social capital accumulation—aspect of solving problems together rather than just enforcing

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Monique Deveaux

dramatically undercut the equal political voice of some participants in political deliberation, just as surely as it benefits those with greater economic, social, and political capital. Not everyone’s deliberative contributions are equal, then, nor are they