Kontingente Kritik auf der Basis einer komplexen Theorie der reflexiven Demokratie

  • Joachim Blatter

Zusammenfassung

In weiten Teilen der Politikwissenschaft diagnostiziert man seit Jahren eine „Entpolitisierung“– hervorgerufen durch die ökonomischen Imperative der Globalisierung und die Komplexität einer funktional immer spezialisierteren und international immer verflochteneren Welt (vgl. z. B. Hay 2007; Flinders 2006: 240-244).

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  • Joachim Blatter
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  1. 1.Universität LuzernMünchenSchweiz

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