This volume traces the roots of the constructivist turn in the
distinct (and competing) traditions of Continental and
Anglo-American Western political thought. Divided into three
thematic parts, these 13 newly commissioned essays develop the
constructivist turn as a central concept. They advance the insight
that there can be no democratic politics without representation;
constituencies or groups exist as agents of democratic politics
only insofar as they are represented.
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