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Dethroning Deliberation

A Response to Caspary

Jeff Jackson

democracy as well as its distinctions” (110). Caspary’s commentary makes some extremely valuable points, and I welcome the opportunity to reply. In this reply I will defend my reading of Dewey and of his relationship to these contemporary models of

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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

model contributed decisively to the fusion between the theology of Christianity and Aristotelian philosophy, and gradually became the dominant philosophical and educative model in the Greek-speaking regions. 10 During the eighteenth century, the

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Stefan Nygård and Johan Strang

, the peripheries. Paris and the various scientific centers of Germany were the main destinations of Scandinavian intellectuals during their travels in Europe, and these centers were thereby effectively construed as standards and models to follow. So

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Simon Tormey and Jean-Paul Gagnon

why we should prefer the representative model of democracy. The classic justification for the kinds of mass party politics–style liberal democracies that we’ve got is that this is the best way of aggregating opinions and interests. We’ve got a choice

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Boris Maslov

the realist novel. 10 Perhaps the best guide to the pan-European royalist imaginary in the early modern period is the Pindaric ode, a poetic medium modeled on Pindar's epinikia (victory odes) composed in the fifth century BCE. In the European

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Cècile Mathieu

Translator : Matthew Roy

.” Semiotic theories then began to explore these “secondary modeling systems” by which a social group’s discourses are semantically organized according to “cultures” and “ideologies.” 9 The dictionary was thus perceived as a producer of the ideology of the

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Travel and Transformation

A Diachronic Study of the Changing Concept of Weisheng in Chinese Journals, 1880-1930

Bo Hu

West. Ruth Rogaski, however, proposes a model of parallel development of the new weisheng concepts in China and Japan before the Sino-Japanese war (1894-1895) that ended in the catastrophic defeat of late Qing forces with the signing of the

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Beyond Metaphor

Corporeal Sociability and the Language of Commerce in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France

Joseph D. Bryan

luxury and commerce prompted a transition from corporeal metaphor to ontology; that is to say, contemporaries’ use of bodily language to assess socio-economic interactions shifted from a way of modeling or mapping the world to a new way of perceiving

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Stefan Nygård, Matti La Mela, and Frank Nullmeier

shifted from ‘book’ to ‘work’” (6). In chapters 1 and 2, Teilmann-Lock examines the cultural and social context of copyright in the eighteenth century, and shows how early copyright was based on regulating the spread of certain models of the text or image

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Resist and Revivify

Democratic Theory in a Time of Defiance

Jean-Paul Gagnon and Emily Beausoleil

Dean, Jade Schiff highlights parallels in Coles’s model with the neoliberal “resonance machine” and the risks therein. She asks how we might reduce these ever-present risks and work to sustain the highly demanding radical politics Coles proposes through