Dr. Natalie Doyle describes the theories and work of Marcel Gauchet, particularly his ideas that stand in opposition to French theory. Gauchet has written a series of books on the history of liberal democracy in Europe, which includes explorations of the financial crisis, growing xenophobia, and neoliberalism.
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Democracy as Socio-Cultural Project of Individual and Collective Sovereignty
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject: Social Theory (general), Social Change & Modernization (general), Politics & Power
- Duration: 00:32:17
Keywords: agency and empowerment, autonomy, capitalism and democracy, celebrity, Claude Lefort, context effects, continuity and discontinuity in development, Cornelius Castoriadis, crisis, critical paths, critique, cult of personality, debates, democracy, discourse theory, economic conditions, economic trends, fascism, financial crises, Foucauldian thought, free markets, genealogical research, human rights, identity politics, imagination, individual rights, influential texts and figures of veneration, interpretation (research), Islamophobia, liberal democracy, madness, marxism, marxism and racism, mentors, narcissism, Nazism and civilian resistance, neoliberalism, oligarchy, paradigms, traditions, and schools, political movements, political representation, politicization of civil service, post-marxism, protests and demonstrations, psychoanalysis and political thought, radicalism, relevance (education), religion and politics, Social change, Sovereignty, Subject and subjectivity, terrorism in Europe, theoretical approaches, trends, xenophobia and antidiscrimination in Europe
Contains: Supplementary Resources
Academic: Natalie DoyleOnline ISBN: 9781526408198Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2017