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Contemporary Political Theory
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.331
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ISSN (Print) 1470-8914 - ISSN (Online) 1476-9336
Published by Springer-Verlag Homepage  [2469 journals]
  • Transnational cosmopolitanism: Kant, Du Bois, and justice as a political
           craft

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  • Conservatism

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  • Practical necessity, freedom, and history: From Hobbes to Marx

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  • Solidarity in conflict: A democratic theory

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  • Praxis and revolution: A theory of social transformation

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  • Platform socialism: How to reclaim our digital future from big tech

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  • The enabling value of group vulnerability

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      Abstract: Abstract The notion of vulnerable groups has gained relevance in international legal instruments while being criticised in philosophical literature for its disabling potential and disempowering consequences. The article argues that the category of group vulnerability should not be abandoned, being an opportunity for resistance, visibility, and a place for dissent: vulnerable groups can both function as a sounding board for claims and make demands for recognition, resetting the political agenda and the topics of public debate, and allow the level of collective needs to emerge from the level of individual interests, thereby guaranteeing a fairer distribution of resources. For this purpose, the article provides two definitions of group vulnerability that avoid both the risks of essentialism and of labelling outcomes. The article also analyses the political value of vulnerable groups, highlighting that it is conceivable as an enabling condition, a source of political agency and mobilisation.
      PubDate: 2022-07-23
       
  • Revisiting Marx’s critique of liberalism: Rethinking justice,
           legality and rights

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      PubDate: 2022-07-08
       
  • Radical proceduralism: Democracy from philosophical principles to
           political institutions

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      PubDate: 2022-06-03
       
  • Contesting conformity: Democracy and the paradox of political belonging

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  • The dangerous class: The concept of the lumpenproletariat

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  • Rediscovering Political Friendship. Aristotle‚Äôs Theory and Modern
           Identity, Community, and Equality

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  • Political theology of international order

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  • Constituent assemblies

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  • Environmental political theory

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  • Democracy without shortcuts: A participatory conception of deliberative
           democracy

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  • Disability and political theory

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  • The space of disappearance: A narrative commons in the ruins of Argentine
           state terror

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  • Duncan Bell, Dreamworlds of Race: Empire and the Utopian Destiny of
           Anglo-America. Princeton University Press, 2020

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  • Political parties and republican democracy

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      Abstract: Abstract Political parties have been the subject of a recent resurgent interest among political philosophers, with prominent contributions spanning liberal to socialist literatures arguing for a more positive appraisal of the role of parties in the operation of democratic representation and public deliberation. In this article, I argue for a similar re-evaluation of the role of political parties within contemporary republicanism. Contemporary republicanism displays a wariness of political parties. In Philip Pettit’s paradigmatic account of republican democracy, rare mentions of political parties often stress their tendency to lead to factionalism or corruption. Others working in the republican tradition such as Richard Bellamy and Ian Shapiro provide more extended discussion of the role of parties, but limit their theoretical function to enabling electoral competition. I argue that political parties play a far more significant role in promoting non-domination than this. In addition to enabling electoral competition, I show that political parties are also essential to the effective operation of two other components of republican democracy: contestation and interest-formation. I further argue that understanding political parties in these terms is compatible with republican democracy more generally, addressing the worry that parties will produce factional rather than common-good oriented public decisions.
      PubDate: 2022-06-01
       
 
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