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Reflecting on Fifty Years of Democratic Theory

Carole Pateman in Conversation with Graham Smith

Carole Pateman and Graham Smith

Carole Pateman reflects on her fifty years of scholarship in conversation with Graham Smith. The discussion focuses particular attention on Pateman’s work on participatory democracy and considers her contributions to debates on political obligation, feminism, basic income, and deliberative democracy.

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Jeffrey D. Hilmer and Max Halupka

effective and consistent with oppositional democracy’s synthetic ideal/nonideal emphasis upon practical problems. Medearis acknowledges similarities and between his theory and other theorists—Carole Pateman (participatory democracy), Sheldon S. Wolin

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Dethroning Deliberation

A Response to Caspary

Jeff Jackson

not connected their theory with nondeliberative practices of direct action in the way that they could. He refers to the work of Carole Pateman and C. B. Macpherson, two exemplars of participatory democracy I discussed in my 2015 article, and points out

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William R. Caspary

Carole Pateman says that “workplace democratization requires the substantive measures of economic equality required to give the individual the independence and security necessary for equal participation … take present circumstances into account and modify

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Invoking a World of Ideas

Theory and Interpretation in the Justification of Colonialism

David Boucher

recognisable form ( Mills 1997: 13, 24, 49–50 ; Mills 2003: 240–1 ). Carole Pateman extends this idea to talk about a specific form of the expropriation contract. This she calls the ‘settler contract’, which has principal among the components the right to

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Kim Knibbe, Brenda Bartelink, Jelle Wiering, Karin B. Neutel, Marian Burchardt, and Joan Wallach Scott

counts as equality is women’s willing consent to subordination to their husbands. Unlike ‘savages’ in ‘uncivilized’ places, these women buy into liberal contracts that presume their equality even as they accept their required submission. Carole Pateman’s

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Representations of Women in the French Imaginary

Historicizing the Gallic Singularity

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

's special qualities as women, for example, she reserved special criticism for the work of a series of “American feminists of difference” that included Adrienne Rich, Carol Gilligan, Carole Pateman, Susan Faludi, and Marilyn French. 21 “One has only to

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Pınar Melis Yelsalı Parmaksız

created what feminist political scientist Carol Pateman has defined as modern patriarchy. Carole Pateman, The Sexual Contract (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1988), 24. 42 Deniz Kandiyoti, “Emancipated but Unliberated? Reflections on the