The Democratic Paradox
"Drawing on the work of Wittgenstein and Derrida, and engaging with the provocative theses of Carl Schmitt, she proposes a new understanding of democracy in terms of 'agonistic pluralism' which acknowledges the ineradicability of antagonsim and the impossibility of a final resolution of conflicts." --Cover.
Democracy Power and The Political
Carl Schmitt and the Paradox of Liberal Democracy
Wittgenstein Political Theory and Democracy
For an Agonistic Model of Democracy
A Politics Without Adversary?
The Ethics of Democracy
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Entertaining the Citizen: When Politics and Popular Culture Converge
Liesbet van Zoonen
Limited preview - 2005