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Stasis before the state : nine theses on agonistic democracy

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Vardoulakis, Dimitris.
Title Statement
Stasis before the state : nine theses on agonistic democracy / Dimitris Vardoulakis.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Fordham University Press,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
viii, 153 p. ; 19 cm.
Series Statement
Commonalities
ISBN
9780823277391 (cloth : alk. paper) 9780823277407 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Content Notes
Preamble : the ruse of sovereignty or agonistic monism? -- Constituent power forges the distinction between democracy and sovereignty -- Sovereign violence is always justified violence -- The different ways in which violence is justified delineate different forms of sovereignty -- Sovereignty and the refugee -- Judgment is constitutive of democracy -- Judgment establishes the agonistic relation between democracy and sovereignty by dejustifying violence -- Democratic judgment shows the imbrication of the ontological, the political, and the ethical -- The refugee and resistance to sovereign power -- Stasis indicates that judgment is the condition of the possibility of the law, or that democracy is the form of the constitution -- Stasis, or agonistic monism, names the forms of the relation between democracy and sovereignty -- Stasis underlies all political praxis.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Democracy --Philosophy. Sovereignty --Philosophy.
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300 ▼a viii, 153 p. ; ▼c 19 cm.
490 1 ▼a Commonalities
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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830 0 ▼a Commonalities.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Section	Section Description	Page Number
Preamble: The Ruse of Sovereignty or Agonistic Monism?	p. 1
Thesis 1	Constituent power forges the distinction between democracy and sovereignty	p. 13
Thesis 2	Sovereign violence is always justified violence	p. 29
Thesis 3	The different ways in which violence is justified delineate different forms of sovereignty	p. 39
Intermezzo 1	    Sovereignty and the Refugee	p. 47
Thesis 4	Judgment is constitutive of democracy	p. 55
Thesis 5	Judgment establishes the agonistic relation between democracy and sovereignty by dejustifying violence	p. 61
Thesis 6	Democratic judgment shows the imbrication of the ontological, the political, and the ethical	p. 69
Intermezzo 2	    The Refugee and Resistance to Sovereign Power	p. 77
Thesis 7	Stasis indicates that judgment is the condition of the possibility of the law, or that democracy is the form of the constitution	p. 85
Thesis 8	Stasis, or agonistic monism, names the forms of the relation between democracy and sovereignty	p. 95
Thesis 9	Stasis underlies all political praxis	p. 111
Acknowledgments	p. 123
Notes	p. 129

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