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Making Democratic Theory Democratic

Democracy, Law, and Administration after Weber and Kelsen

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"A very important contribution. The contestation over value and essence of democracy is here to stay for the foreseeable future, both domestically, notably in the West, and internationally in terms of what makes world order. The book’s theme speaks to most fundamental themes in the study of politics, government, and international affairs: What is democracy? How do we defend democracy? What’s the relation between law and democracy? What does rule of law really mean? Thus, it deals with topics and questions that are central to any political science curriculum."

—Robert Schuett, University of Durham, UK

"Turner and Mazur’s approach to the topic of democracy is original and, to my mind, persuasive; it departs insistently from theories that rest on idealized and normative notions of democracy. Instead of proceeding in this philosophical vein, the authors ground their alternative approach in political contingencies. The argument is conducted at a very high intellectual level. Connecting the authors’ arguments to those of Max Weber and Hans Kelsen adds a history of ideas dimension to the book’s theoretical heft."

—Peter Baehr, author of The Unmasking Style in Social Theory

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Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
186
ISBN
9781032420158
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«

"A very important contribution. The contestation over value and essence of democracy is here to stay for the foreseeable future, both domestically, notably in the West, and internationally in terms of what makes world order. The book’s theme speaks to most fundamental themes in the study of politics, government, and international affairs: What is democracy? How do we defend democracy? What’s the relation between law and democracy? What does rule of law really mean? Thus, it deals with topics and questions that are central to any political science curriculum."

—Robert Schuett, University of Durham, UK

"Turner and Mazur’s approach to the topic of democracy is original and, to my mind, persuasive; it departs insistently from theories that rest on idealized and normative notions of democracy. Instead of proceeding in this philosophical vein, the authors ground their alternative approach in political contingencies. The argument is conducted at a very high intellectual level. Connecting the authors’ arguments to those of Max Weber and Hans Kelsen adds a history of ideas dimension to the book’s theoretical heft."

—Peter Baehr, author of The Unmasking Style in Social Theory

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