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  |   Democracy in the 21st Century   |   No comment

How democracies die, fast and slow

'How Democracies Die, Fast and Slow', Eurozine (Vienna), 21 February 2023 Related posts: Bloodless democracy? A response to John Keane by James Miller, Eurozine (Vienna), 28 February 2023 A Spanish translation of 'How Democracies Die, Fast and Slow' Letras libres (May 2023) Sudden death...

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21 February 2023
  |   Articles & Essays JK, Media and Democracy, Why Democracy?   |   No comment

John Keane, ‘Ideology and Democracy’, in Politics and Ideology (Stockholm 2022)

[caption id="attachment_11725" align="alignleft" width="239"] Karl Marx, by Emil Dreyer, around 1900.[/caption] The subject of democracy and ideology has deep and fascinating taproots. They extend back to the late eighteenth century, when the neologism ‘ideology’ sprang to life during the bitterly fought opening...

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26 February 2022
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Thoughts on Uncertainty

Journal of Social and Political Philosophy 1.1 (2022): 1–13 DOI: 10.3366/jspp.2022.0003 © Edinburgh University Press John Keane Abstract: There is growing agreement among scholars and citizens that our planet and its peoples are presently living through an era of great political uncertainty. Global pestilence,...

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22 February 2022