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Issue 19 – Elections

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LET’S GO RULE

EDITORIAL

One of the reasons for the “democratic fatigue syndrome,” as Van Reybrouck calls it, might be an extreme and paradoxical form of “dis-intermediation.” The latter would consist not in the endorsement of a (real or alleged) leader to the detriment of some intermediary units (churches, unions, parties, etc.) but rather in the coveted elimination of the duality of representatives and represented. Leggi tutto »

 
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Is Voting No Longer Democratic? Elections and the Democratic Fatigue Syndrome

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Palano

This essay critically addresses the arguments developed by Belgian intellectual David Van Reybrouck in his book Against Elections and specifically the presupposition underlying his entire discourse, namely, that “voting is no longer democratic.” The essay will consider Van Reybrouck’s proposed interpretation of the various causes of the democratic “crisis” and will highlight some problematic elements that have to do with the “insufficiency” of the electoral process in terms of guaranteeing the democratic character of Western political systems. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Trend of Representation: From the Liberal Paradigm to the Postmodern Voter

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Damele

Some recent electoral events – the referendum on the so-called Brexit, the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency – have again focused the debate on the validity and strength of universal voting as method of selecting leaders. The liberal-democratic model, based on representation and thus on periodic elections and representatives’ free mandate, is again called into question. Leggi tutto »

 
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Election and Representation

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MassaPinto

A certain degree of confusion and overlapping between the principle of elections and the principle of representation affects the political-constitutional vocabulary – both principles are given meanings relating to the idea of people’s participation. Yet at least in the beginning, the notions of elections and representation, which share a common theological origin, have no participatory content; rather, they refer to the issue of power legitimation. Leggi tutto »

 
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More Ideas, More Intelligence, and (a Little) Fewer Elections: On Antonio Floridia’s “A Deliberative Idea of Democracy”

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Mastropaolo

Electoral democracy, which current democratic regimes administer excessively and which has been constrained within perverse procedures of binary options, is causing great harm. One of the most intriguing recipes that are being circulated is deliberative democracy with its revaluation of discussion and compromise. Antonio Floridia has devoted an important book to the reconstruction of the complex genealogy of deliberative theory. Leggi tutto »

 
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Reforming the (Italian) Electoral Law: A Proposal

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Guglielminetti

The essay advances the proposal for a reform of the Italian electoral system Leggi tutto »

 
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Sentiments, Analysis, And Elections

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Manassero

Since search engines and social networks have started being widely used by an enormous amount of users, advertising has always been their primary business model: presenting the “right” ad to the right user, especially focusing on her interests. We assisted therefore to an important and pivotal change from the generically focused traditional advertising industry to a highly specific way to match ads and users, thanks to personal data the same users convey for free to search engines and social networks. Leggi tutto »

 
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