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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

their regular run of classes. When democratic action is built into everyday routines it is less onerous and time-consuming for any given individual actor. Ercan: So what you are suggesting is that we can get better at doing what we are already doing. We

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Alexander Weiss

is reformulated using classes rather than proper names. We understand the same constellation of the Gandhi-Ambedkar-Dispute as raising the question of exclusion of groups with contested characterization of the groups. We reformulate the constellation

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From Morality to Psychology

Emotion Concepts in Urdu, 1870—1920

Margrit Pernau

spontaneous desires, an aim that is taken up at a higher level by the insistence on punctuality and thriftiness. The development of a middle-class lifestyle here goes hand in hand with the development of a steady habitus through a specific bodily regime

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Amélie Auzoux

, je l’ai bien considéré sans arriver à me faire sur lui une opinion définitive; mais j’ai rassemblé, comme dans une salle d’école, tous les mots de ma connaissance qui signifient poupée, et je les ai classés d’après le degré de beauté que je leur

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Crisis? How Is That a Crisis!?

Reflections on an Overburdened Word

Michael Freeden

the prelude to social transformation but as a deliberate mislabeling of the working-class counteroffensive that merely reinforced the legitimization of the capitalist ruling class. 35 As an example of crisis expressed through liberal thinking, John A

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The Limits of Liberal Democracy

Prospects for Democratizing Democracy

Viviana Asara

property relations” ( Wood 1995, 234 ), whereby “theorists—first a few and then most liberal theorists—found reasons for believing that ‘one man, one vote’ would not be dangerous to property, or to the continuance of class-divided societies” ( Macpherson

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William R. Caspary

New York mayor Bill de Blasio, former presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, and Five Star leader Beppe Grillo among numerous others, not to mention other classes of social movement around the world ( Tarrow 2011 ). The significance of confrontational

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Francisco A. Ortega

reflective, more appropriate, and more accessible and easy,” as enlightenment, according to Caro, trickled down to the inferior classes and social progress seemed possible. 61 As Caro wrote: Everything in society began to march on more steadily and acquired

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Pluralist Democracy and Non-Ideal Democratic Legitimacy

Against Functional and Global Solutions to the Boundary Problem in Democratic Theory

Tom Theuns

the polity. In ancient Athenian democracy, there were (roughly) four classes of persons: male citizens, female citizens, metics, and slaves. Citizens were those whose parents were Athenian. Metics lived in Athens but were not Athenian-born, and

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Concepts of Emotions in Indian Languages

Margrit Pernau

universalizing claims of post-Enlightenment European middle-class men’s worldviews. The three articles in this special section start at a time when the colonial entanglement of different knowledge systems and concepts was already well under way. Margrit Pernau