Explores the roots and implications of the 'constructivist turn':
the reorientation of scholarship on mass democracy toward the
constitutive or mobilising aspects of political representation.
Traces the roots of the constructivist turn in the distinct (and
competing) traditions of Continental and Anglo-American Western
political thought. Critically examines the normative challenges
raised by the constructivist turn. Debates the adequacy and
consequences of the concept for Western democratic institutions,
movements and norms. Features a new English translation of Claude
Lefort's previously untranslated 'Democracy and Representation'.
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