- Title Pages
- Editors’ Introduction
- Politics, Shamelessness and the People of Ressentiment
1‘Enemies of the People’? The Judiciary and Claude Lefort’s ‘Savage Democracy’
2Public Space, Public Time: Constitution and the Relay of Authority in Arendt’s On Revolution
3Are There Inherent Limits to Constitutional Amendment? An Analysis of Carl Schmitt’s Argument
4The People: Ethnoracial Configurations, Old and New
5Hannah Arendt and the Glimmering Paradox of Constituent Power
6Constituent Power from Cultural Practice: Implications from the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Occupation
7Claiming Human Rights: The Reflexive Identity of the People
8Katechontic Democracy? Carl Schmitt and the Restraining Mediation of Popular Power
9The Power of the People
10Populism: Plebeian Power against Oligarchy
11Constituent Power and Constitutive Exceptions: Carl Schmitt, Populism and the Consummation of Secularisation
- Constituent Power
- Matilda Arvidsson, Leila Brännström, Panu Minkkinen
- Edinburgh University Press
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