- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: the end of representative politics?
- 2 Rethinking democratic representation: eight theoretical issues and a postscript<sup>1</sup>
- 3 Machiavelli against the Venice myth: a sixteenth-century dialogue on the nature of political representation
- 4 Power without representation is blind, representations without power are empty
- 5 Two regimes of the symbolic: radical democracy between Romanticism and structuralism
- 6 Political representation: the view from France
- 7 Democracy and representation
- 8 Representation as proposition: democratic representation after the constructivist turn
- 9 Don Alejandro’s fantasy: radical democracy and the negative concept of representation
- 10 Pinning down representation
- 11 Representative constructivism’s conundrum<sup>1</sup>
- 12 Exploring the Semantics of Constructivist Representation
- 13 The improper politics of representation
- 14 The constructivist paradox: contemporary protest movements and (their) representation
- The Constructivist Turn in Political Representation
- Lisa Disch, Mathijs van de Sande, Nadia Urbinati
- Edinburgh University Press
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