Republicanism And The Future Of Democracy
Explores how republican political thought can make a constructive and distinctive contribution to our understanding of democracy and the challenges it faces.
|Titel:||Republicanism And The Future Of Democracy|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Afmetingen:||161 x 235 x 19|
Yiftah Elazar is a Lecturer in Political Science at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has written on Jeremy Bentham, Adam Ferguson, and Adam Smith. His articles and reviews have been published in History of Political Thought, Journal of the History of Ideas, and The Journal of Modern History.
'Even venerable traditions of political thought die out if they are not innovatively reinterpreted and partly reinvented, answering the challenges of new times. This excellent collection of essays shows how alive, complex, and productive the republican tradition is - and how essential it is for thinking about the future of democracy.' Rainer Forst, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Introduction. Republicanizing democracy, democratizing the republic Geneviève Rousselière and Yiftah Elazar; Part I. Republican Democracy and the Common Good: 1. The general will, the common good, and a democracy of standards Philip Pettit; Part II. Republicanism and Historical Challenges of Democratic Politics: 2. Of demagogues and populists: on the relevance of Roman republicanism to democracy Daniel Kapust; 3. Republicanism and democracy: the tyranny of the majority in eighteenth century political debate Annelien de Dijn; Part III. Non-Domination as a Democratic Ideal: 4. Democratic dependency: a feminist critique of non-domination as independence Lida Maxwell; 5. Being under the power of others Niko Kolodny; Part IV. Democratizing the Republic, Republicanizing Democracy: 6. Republicanism and democracy revisited Frank Lovett; 7. The new ochlophobia? Populism, majority rule and prospects for democratic republicanism John P. McCormick; 8. Democracy and republicanism: a difficult partnership Nadia Urbinati; Part V. Republican Democracy in the Workplace and the Market: 9. Liberty and democratic insurgency: the republican case for the right to strike Alex Gourevitch; 10. Workplace governance and republican theory Elizabeth Anderson; 11. Republicanism and markets Robert S. Taylor; Part VI. Republican Democracy Beyond the State: 12. A European republic of sovereign states: sovereignty, republicanism, and the EU Richard Bellamy; 13. Horizontalism, public assembly, and the politics of republican democracy Stuart White.
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