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The life and death of democracy: Bridget Cotter interviews John Keane

Dr. Bridget Cotter interviews John Keane, 9 June - CSD Bulletin, Summer 2010 John Keane discusses the reception of The Life and Death of Democracy in an interview with Bridget Cotter. This interview was published in the CSD Bulletin, Summer, 2010,...

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21 June 2010
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Reflections on A.C Grayling’s Liberty in the Age of Terror

A Defence of Civil Liberties and Enlightenment Value PDF Bloomsbury, London, Berlin and New York, 2009 ; ISBN 978 1 4088 0242 7 This book review appeared in The Monthly (February 2010)   Review's abstract: The latest book of essays by the English liberal philosopher A.C....

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01 February 2010
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Will democracy survive?

Democracy did not emerge as an historical inevitability, John Keane tells Peter Clarke Inside Story There are some shocks in John Keane’s latest book, The Life and Death of Democracy. First, he punctures the “democracy started in Athens” myth – “assembly democracy,”...

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15 September 2009
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Does Democracy Have a Violent Heart?

Published in David Pritchard (ed.), War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens. Talk delivered at the conference WAR, CULTURE AND DEMOCRACY IN CLASSICAL ATHENS, 4-6 July 2006, University of Sydney. Click here to read PDF format Click here to read the Epilogue in...

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06 July 2006
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Transitions to Democracy

Plenary session addressed by Professor John Keane during the Symposium : "Democracy: Contested Futures" 23 March 2004 at the Centre for Democracy Studies, Oxford Brookes University. The Centre ran a one-day symposium which looked at some the contemporary challenges and issues related...

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23 March 2006
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