Aversive Democracy: Inheritance and Originality in the Democratic Tradition

@inproceedings{Norval2008AversiveDI,
  title={Aversive Democracy: Inheritance and Originality in the Democratic Tradition},
  author={Aletta Norval},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction: towards an aversive account of democracy 1. Democracy, universalization and (dis)agreement 2. Democratic argumentation: rhetoric and imagination 3. Democratic identification and aspect change 4. Democratic subjectivity: the promise of democratic community 5. Conclusion: aversive democracy: exemplarity, imagination and passion. 
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