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Beyond the people social imaginary and constituent imagination

Author: Zoran Oklopcic
Publisher: Oxford University Press 2018
Series: Oxford constitutional theory
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats

A transdisciplinary account of the polemical vocabularies of sovereignty, democracy, self-determination, constituent power, and constitutionalism, this book is a pioneering attempt to systematically  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Zoran Oklopcic
ISBN: 9780198799092 0198799098
OCLC Number: 1031891223
Description: xiv, 391 Seiten Diagramme
Contents: I: A Different Beginning: Theory as ImaginationII: Constituent Imagination: Behind Popular ExpectationsIII: Many, Other, Place, Frame: Beyond a Sovereign PeopleIV: Hope, Telos, Xenos: Beyond Constituent PowerV: Nephos, Scopos, Algorithm: Beyond Self-Determination (I)VI: The Nomos and the Gaze: Beyond Self-Determination (II)VII: Recursive Isomorphs: Beyond Foundational AuthorityVIII: Responsive Isomorphs: Beyond Constitutional Self-GovernmentIX: An Isomorphic Pluriverse: Beyond Sovereign PeoplesX: A New Hope: Image Wars and Eutopian Imagination
Series Title: Oxford constitutional theory
Responsibility: Zoran Oklopcic
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This is an ambitious, brilliant, and difficult book. Instead of (yet again) calling for more imagination in legal and political thinking, it shows us what the exercise of imagination looks like. Full Read more...

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