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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 July 2022

James Tully
Affiliation:
University of Victoria, British Columbia
Keith Cherry
Affiliation:
University of Alberta
Fonna Forman
Affiliation:
University of California, San Diego
Jeanne Morefield
Affiliation:
University of Oxford
Joshua Nichols
Affiliation:
McGill University, Montréal
Pablo Ouziel
Affiliation:
University of Southampton
David Owen
Affiliation:
University of Southampton
Oliver Schmidtke
Affiliation:
University of Victoria, British Columbia

Summary

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Chapter
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Democratic Multiplicity
Perceiving, Enacting, and Integrating Democratic Diversity
, pp. v - vii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Contents

  1. List of Figures

  2. List of Tables

  3. List of Contributors

  4. Foreword

    John Borrows

  5. Acknowledgments

  6. Introduction:The Pluriverse of Democracies

    James Tully

  7. Part IDemocratic Ethos

    1. 1How Democracy Doesn’t End

      Anthony Simon Laden

    2. 2Democracy, Boundaries, and Respect

      David Owen

    3. 3Democracy in a Provisional Key

      Lasse Thomassen

  8. Part IIRepresentative Democracies

    1. 4Democracy and Community: Exploring a Contested Link in Light of the Populist Resurgence

      Oliver Schmidtke

    2. 5Democracies Can Perish Democratically Too: Brazilian Democracy on Edge

      Boaventura de Sousa Santos

    3. 6Agonistic Representative Democracy in Europe

      Chantal Mouffe

    4. 7For a Politics of Exile: Criticism in an Era of Global Liberal Decline

      Jeanne Morefield

  9. Part IIILocal/Global Participatory Democracies

    1. 8Unwalling Citizenship

      Fonna Forman

    2. 9Other Wise Democracies: What the Tree Canopies Know

      Rebeccah Nelems

    3. 10Democratizing Revolution: Self-Reflexivity and Self-Limitation Beyond Liberalism

      Robin Celikates

  10. Part IVIndigenous Democracies

    1. 11Gitxsan Democracy: On Its Own Terms

      Val Napoleon

    2. 12Democratic Futures and the Problem of Settler States: An Essay on the Conceptual Demands of Democracy and the Need for Political Histories of Membership

      Joshua Nichols

    3. 13Cracking the Settler Colonial Concrete: Theorizing Engagements with Indigenous Resurgence Through the Politics from Below

      Stacie Swain

    4. 14Like a Brick Through the Overton Window: Reorienting Our Politics, from the House of Commons to the Tiny House

      Phil Henderson

    5. 15Governing Ourselves: Reflections on Reinvigorating Democracy Stimulated by Gitxsan Governance

      Jeremy Webber

  11. Part VInternational/Global Democracies

    1. 16The Overlapping Crises of Democracy, Globalization, and Global Governance

      David Held

    2. 17The Contested Freedom of the Moderns: Conceiving Norm Contestation as the “Glue” for Reordering the Globalized World

      Antje Wiener

    3. 18Conditional Authority and Democratic Legitimacy in Pluralist Space

      Keith Cherry

  12. Part VIJoining Hands: Eco-Democratic Integration

    1. 19On Gaia Democracies

      James Tully

    2. 20Democracies Joining Hands in the Here and Now

      Pablo Ouziel

  13. Bibliography

  14. Author Index

  15. Subject Index

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