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Virile Resistance and Servile Collaboration

Interrupting the Gendered Representation of Betrayal in Resistance Movements

Maša Mrovlje

narratives of resistance commonly evoke ideals of heroic masculinity, collaboration and betrayal tend to be associated with images of servile or seductive femininity ( Judt 2011: 49–50 ; Mihai 2019: 57 ; Sartre 2017: 58–60 ). Scholars have drawn attention

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Unambivalent about Ambivalence in the Politics of Mourning

David McIvor’s Mourning in America and Simon Stow’s American Mourning

Greta Fowler Snyder

What does a democratically-productive form of mourning look like in America? David McIvor’s Mourning in America and Simon Stow’s American Mourning argue that it entails the embrace of ambivalence about self and other. Democratically-productive mourning pushes against the tendencies toward idealization and demonization. Embracing ambivalence enables us to move to more effective political engagement in the context of both collaboration and conflict. It allows us to understand that the process of mourning must be ongoing both to protect us from political excesses to which we are prone and to push society toward justice.

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Struggles over Expertise

Practices of Politicization and Depoliticization in Participatory Democracy

Taina Meriluoto

place a key emphasis on politicization as a necessary component of democracy. They contend that the often deliberation- and collaboration-oriented participatory processes may be geared to tame rather than celebrate conflict, exclude “unfit” participants

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Marie Paxton and Uğur Aytaç

empowering participants through enhanced communication and facilitation, as well as embedding PB in society through collaboration with local civic groups. Bateman's work balances pragmatic questions (such as acknowledging the time it will take to convince

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Common Democracy

Political Representation beyond Representative Democracy

Alexandros Kioupkiolis

communicational architecture of the wikis upholds an ongoing collaboration among an open social network, enabling the participation of an anonymous, shifting, and infinitely extensible multitude in the evolving creation of a collective resource. The terms of their

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Spencer McKay

from emerging practice ( Saward 2019 ; Warren 2017 ). It also emphasizes democratic theory as a process of problem-solving that aims to “develop normative guidelines for democratic societies in close interaction and collaboration with empirical

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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

as citizens and stakeholders and not merely passive clients or education recipients. It is not uncommon for restorative justice conferences to produce unplanned patterns of future collaboration unrelated to an initial conflict. A third obstacle is

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The Will of the People?

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

Samuel Salzborn

Theory of Dictatorship . Translated from the German by E. A. Shils , in collaboration with Edith Lowenstein and Klaus Knorr . New York : Oxford University Press . Fraenkel , Ernst . ( 1964 ) 1979 . “ Der Pluralismus als Strukturelement der

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Sectarianism and Recognition in Iraq

From Consociationalism to Deliberation?

Nicolas Pirsoul

global terrorist network. The sectarian relations of post-Daesh Iraq will be highly complicated because Shias are highly suspicious of Sunni populations, whom they accuse of initial collaboration with the Sunni extremist organization when Daesh first

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Belonging to Spontaneous Order

Hayek, Pluralism, Democracy

Stephanie Erev

altruism” (12). As such collaboration among them did not require a centralized authority to enforce consent, “although longer experience may have lent some older members of these bands some authority, it was mainly shared aims and perceptions that