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This edited volume argues that democracy is broader and more diverse than the dominant state-centered, modern representative democracies, to which other modes of democracy are either presumed subordinate or ignored. The contributors seek to overcome the standard opposition of democracy from below (participatory) and democracy from above (representative). Rather, they argue that through differently situated participatory and representative practices, citizens and governments can develop democratic ways of cooperating without hegemony and subordination, and that these relationships can be transformative. This work proposes a slow but sure, nonviolent, eco-social and sustainable process of democratic generation and growth with the capacity to critique and transform unjust and ecologically destructive social systems. This volume integrates human-centric democracies into a more mutual, interdependent and sustainable system on earth whereby everyone gains.

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  • Democratic Multiplicity
    pp i-ii
  • Democratic Multiplicity - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Perceiving, Enacting, and Integrating Democratic Diversity
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-vii
  • Figures
    pp viii-viii
  • Tables
    pp ix-ix
  • Contributors
    pp x-xvi
  • Foreword: Democratic Self-and-Other-Determination and the More-than-Human World
    pp xvii-xx
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xxi-xxii
  • Introduction - The Pluriverse of Democracies
    pp 1-22
  • Part I - Democratic Ethos
    pp 23-62
  • 1 - How Democracy Doesn’t End
    pp 25-39
  • 2 - Democracy, Boundaries, and Respect
    pp 40-51
  • 3 - Democracy in a Provisional Key
    pp 52-62
  • Part II - Representative Democracies
    pp 63-124
  • 5 - Democracies Can Perish Democratically Too: Brazilian Democracy on Edge
    pp 82-92
  • 6 - Agonistic Representative Democracy in Europe
    pp 93-109
  • 7 - For a Politics of Exile
    pp 110-124
  • Criticism in an Era of Global Liberal Decline
  • Part III - Local/Global Participatory Democracies
    pp 125-192
  • 8 - Unwalling Citizenship
    pp 127-151
  • 9 - Other Wise Democracies: What the Tree Canopies Know
    pp 152-171
  • 10 - Democratizing Revolution
    pp 172-192
  • Self-Reflexivity and Self-Limitation Beyond Liberalism
  • Part IV - Indigenous Democracies
    pp 193-304
  • 11 - Gitxsan Democracy: On Its Own Terms
    pp 195-213
  • Part V - International/Global Democracies
    pp 305-346

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