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User Review – Flag as inappropriate A humorous and insightful rethinking of democracy and its transformative, uncontrollable potential. Published January 17th by Verso first published In this way, democracy is lying to itself as it is made exquisitely in his analysis that it tthe equality and that inequality is its true driving principle.
It’s just the shoers, but never justified, counterposing of human equality and social equality which keeps it from being a good book this was also true of the book about Jacotot, from whom he derives some of ranciers ideas. It is an intellectual construction which brings a place in thought into conjunction with a perceived or perceptible intuitive space. Contrary to my expectations, this book ahores break any new ground, and Om not sure why it is included in a series of “Radical Thinkers”, but it ranviere worth reading, not only to understand current European political theory but also for the comparisons of ancient and modern democracy and the analysis of what democracy means.
This book is an attempt to position himself slightly to the “left” of liberalism, to oppose the liberal view of democracy as “the end of politics”, as simple management of a growing economy by experts who can solve all its problems given time and lack of interference by “politics”, by a view which considers democracy to consist in “conflict over grievances”, the periodic “verification of equality” through struggle — provided the struggle avoids any attempt at reaching a “goal”, or attempting to permanently change the “distribution of functions” he avoids using the word “power” in this connection, which would show the problem with this whole idea.
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A humorous and insightful rethinking of democracy and its transformative, uncontrollable potential. And how do these masses of workers that thinkers like Althusser referred to continuously enter into a relationship with knowledge? Yevhen Hulevych rated it it was amazing Nov 29, These essays were originally published as part of Verso’s ‘Phronesis’ series edited by Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe, who wanted to provide a post-Marxist theoretical base for a post-socialist politics of radical and plural democracy it is difficult to avoid repeated use of the word ‘post’ when discussing anything to do with Laclau and Mouffe.
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In the eighties, with the collapse of the Stalinist bureaucracies in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, he accepted, as did many European Marxists, the thesis that the collapse of Stalinism equaled the collapse of Marxism, which equaled the end of the class struggle, and the permanent domination of neo-liberal “democracy”. Pedro Rey araujo rated it it was amazing May 13, Open Preview See a Problem?
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