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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

find looking in Between Facts and Norms . First, they work hard at getting anybody who is affected to come to the meeting. And then at the meeting they go around the room and ask everyone three simple questions: “How are you affected?” “How does it

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Max Stille

Hellenistic heritage to regional and local variations, in which operating in more than one language was the norm rather than the exception. 4 The politics of regional languages during colonialism and rising nationalism as well as the question of a national

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Neoliberalism, the Left and the Rise of the Far Right

On the Political and Ideological Implications of Capitalism's Subordination of Democracy

Costas Panayotakis

in times of economic boom than during an economic crisis. Leading to popular discontent, economic crises can unseat not only governing parties seeking reelection but even authoritarian governments not bound by liberal democratic norms ( Oelsner and

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Modernity, Ḥadātha, and Modernité in the Works of Abdallah Laroui

Conceptual Translation and the Politics of Historicity

Nils Riecken

concepts in a global framework must reckon with these performances insofar as they—and the representation of these performances by historians studying them—perpetuate and question certain temporal norms for using certain concepts. 80 My point has been thus

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Blake Ewing

’s notion of the simultaneity of the nonsimultaneous to also include the simultaneity of rival times—different futures of possibility, expectation, aspiration; notions of presents as crisis, acceleration, delay; and pasts as tradition, norms, and moribund

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Free from State Violence or Free to Comply?

A Revised Typology of Coercion and Repression in Liberal Democracies

Barbora Capinska

repressive than autocracies, because diverse institutional channels available to opposition result in fewer direct protests in the streets, and because democratic norms, constitutional checks, and greater accountability of its leaders pressure politicians to

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“Purely Artistic”

Police Power and Popular Culture in Colonial Algerian Theater

Danielle Beaujon

the seemingly innocuous evocations of Algerian history, contemporary society, and Islamic cultural norms. Maheddine's troupe brought harmless words on a page to life with mirth and satire, undercutting the French regime even as they sought to avoid its

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Nationalism and Internationalism Reconciled

British Concepts for a New World Order during and after the World Wars

Antero Holmila and Pasi Ihalainen

public opinion that would end all wars. The peoples would instead solve crises through negotiations between their (elected) representatives. Once universal suffrage and parliamentary government seemed to have become the norm in nation-states, foreign

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Does Democratic Theory Need Epistemic Standards?

Grounds for a Purely Procedural Defense of Majority Rule

Carlo Invernizzi-Accetti

List . 2001 . “ Epistemic Democracy: Generalizing the Condorcet Jury Theorem .” Journal of Political Philosophy 3 ( 1 ): 277 – 306 . Habermas , Jurgen . 1994 . Between Facts and Norms . Cambridge : MIT Press . Invernizzi-Accetti , Carlo

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On Counterrevolution

Semantic Investigations of a Counterconcept during the French Revolution

Friedemann Pestel

negativo qualification evoked the model of the Glorious Revolution as an implicit norm. The Burke family, as adherents of the French ancienne constitution , wanted the French counterrevolution to be a “qualified”—that is, gradual—process, not in terms of