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Free from State Violence or Free to Comply?

A Revised Typology of Coercion and Repression in Liberal Democracies

Barbora Capinska

and unperceived character of hegemonic coercion allows it to operate preemptively in respect to any type of repression thanks to the phenomenon of subjects disciplining themselves by identifying with the core of the hegemonic discourse via narratives

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John Keane

one narrative voice to another and reverses the temporal sequence of events so that the false sense of security provided by one-thing-followed-by-another description is broken. The book questions some standard units of historical thinking. It shows

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Democratic Procedures Are Not Inherently Democratic

A Critical Analysis of John Keane's The New Despotism (Harvard University Press, 2020)

Gergana Dimova

academic narrative about the democratic potential of the electoral procedure. Keane challenges notions, which perpetuate the inherently remedial, redeeming, community-building, issue-defining, and self-fulfilling democratic promise of voting. His view of

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Ian Moll

Industrial Revolution: 1760–1850 Two contrasting narratives of the 1IR predominate in the popular imagination. 1 The first tells a triumphant story of Britain's rise to prosperity and global dominance through rapid industrialisation and increased

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William R. Caspary

political activities (327). Third, for Dewey, discussion embraces emotion and narrative as well as the giving of reasons. But discussion is not sufficient and must lead to inquiry and experimentation (1935: 50). Fourth, participation in local nongovernmental

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Deliberative Democracy

Taking Stock and Looking Ahead - Selen A. Ercan with André Bächtiger

Selen A. Ercan and André Bächtiger

deliberative theory and practice?” Or, “What do you think of incorporating narratives, emotions, and rhetoric in deliberation?” The interview has many highlights. I would like to highlight two of them. One is Habermas's clarification of the ideal speech

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Rikki Dean, Jean-Paul Gagnon, and Hans Asenbaum

Toronto's. Democratic theory thus currently lacks a broad mobilizing narrative for the future, something akin to the demand for universal suffrage for the twenty-first century. Why? “Why democracy?” is arguably the preeminent question in democratic

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Ethnicity, Homogeneity, Nation

A Relationship of Tension

Samuel Salzborn

establish a new, universalistic narrative as a normative model. References Almond , G. A. and Verba S . 1963 . The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations . Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press . 10

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Robin Rodd

, tensions within the FA and the regional turn to the right have given rise to a sense of “crisis of the left” in Uruguay. One narrative that emerges in recent media analysis is of a party no longer able to provide the space and flexibility for the demands of

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Sectarianism and Recognition in Iraq

From Consociationalism to Deliberation?

Nicolas Pirsoul

promoting Islam, with the implication that any Muslim who votes and otherwise supports the elections thereby imitates and partakes in the virtues of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, and his successors the Imams. In this new narrative, not only is there no