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The constructivist turn in political representation

Author: Lisa Jane Disch; Mathijs van de Sande; Nadia Urbinati
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This volume traces the roots of the constructivist turn in the distinct (and competing) traditions of Continental and Anglo-American Western political thought. Divided into three thematic parts, these 13 newly commissioned essays develop the constructivist turn as a central concept. They advance the insight that there can be no democratic politics without representation; constituencies or groups exist as agents of  Read more...
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Constructivist turn in political representation.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2019]
(OCoLC)1039936462
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Jane Disch; Mathijs van de Sande; Nadia Urbinati
ISBN: 9781474442626 1474442625
OCLC Number: 1147874905
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 288 pages)
Contents: Intro --
Tables --
Acknowledgements --
1 Introduction: the end of representative politics? --
Part I The constructivist turn: Anglo-American and Continental intellectual genealogies --
2 Rethinking democratic representation: eight theoretical issues and a postscript --
3 Machiavelli against the Venice myth: a sixteenth-century dialogue on the nature of political representation --
4 Power without representation is blind, representations without power are empty --
5 Two regimes of the symbolic: radical democracy between Romanticism and structuralism 6 Political representation: the view from France --
7 Democracy and representation --
Part II The constructivist turn: normative challenges --
8 Representation as proposition: democratic representation after the constructivist turn --
9 Don Alejandro's fantasy: radical democracy and the negative concept of representation --
10 Pinning down representation --
11 Representative constructivism's conundrum --
Part III Constructivist representation: critique and reproduction of power --
12 Exploring the Semantics of Constructivist Representation --
13 The improper politics of representation 14 The constructivist paradox: contemporary protest movements and (their) representation --
Bibliography --
Index
Responsibility: edited by Lisa Disch, Mathijs van de Sande and Nadia Urbinati.

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This volume traces the roots of the constructivist turn in the distinct (and competing) traditions of Continental and Anglo-American Western political thought. Divided into three thematic parts, these 13 newly commissioned essays develop the constructivist turn as a central concept. They advance the insight that there can be no democratic politics without representation; constituencies or groups exist as agents of democratic politics only insofar as they are represented.

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