4 edition of Militant Democracy found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by András Sajó.|
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|Pagination||, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
Militant Democracy combines political philosophy, democratic theory, comparative politics and comparative and constitutional law seamlessly to build a comprehensive theory of militant democracy. This book is essential reading for students of politics, political theory and democracy and extremism"-- Provided by publisher. Militant Democracy and Its Critics Book Summary: Should representative governments restrict the democratic rights of their extremist opponents?Militant Democracy refers to the defensive policies democracies use to respond to antidemocratic movements. Can defensive efforts that curtail rights of participation be consistent with democratic values?
In these states, such as Poland and Hungary, the techniques of militant democracy have been turned on their head, leading to what one might call a militant illiberal democracy: cracking down on anti-government protestors, taking over opposition . : Militant Democracy: Undemocratic Political Parties and Beyond () by Tyulkina, Svetlana and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books Price Range: $ - $
The volume is aptly divided into four parts: Militant democracy: foundations; Militant democracy and undemocratic political parties; Militant democracy as applied to counter-terrorism; and Militant democracy and the principle of secularism. In the first part, the author puts forward the theoretical framework of the book. The Militant Normals, written by one of the conservative movement's wittiest commentators, is a no-holds-barred takedown of the preening elites who have all but made normalcy a crime in America. Donald Trump is only the beginning of a mighty disruption in American politics and culture, thanks to the rise of the militant Normals in America/5.
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Militant Democracy seamlessly combines political philosophy, political science and constitutional law to offer a new perspective on democratic self-defence. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of political theory, jurisprudence, democracy, extremism and the.
The Militant Democracy book ‘militant democracy’ was coined by Karl Loewenstein in the s. He argued that attempts to establish democracy in the Weimar Republic failed due to the lack of militancy against subversive movements.
The concept of militant democracy was introduced to legal scholarship and constitutional practice so as to provide democracy with legal means to defend itself against the range of. This article begins by briefly reconstructing the intellectual history of militant democracy, starting with Loewenstein's work and moving on to the ways in which the doctrine of militant democracy was developed in post-war West German constitutional law in particular.
It next compares varieties of militant democracy, mostly, but not only in different post-authoritarian countries, before. Militant Democracy seamlessly combines political philosophy, political science and constitutional law to offer a new perspective on democratic self-defence.
This book is essential reading for scholars and students of political theory, jurisprudence, democracy, extremism and the Cited by: 3. The concept of militant democracy was introduced to legal scholarship and constitutional practice so as to provide democracy with legal means to defend itself against the range of possible activities of non-democratic political actors.
This book offers a broad comparative look at the legal concept of militant by: First book to combine law, political science and philosophy in the field of militant democracy Militant democracy is a highly current topic, with developments in EU, Turkey, Russia and the US Written by well-known experts in their respective fields (law, political science, and philosophy) having written on militant democracy before.
And is militant democracy evolving into an internationalized legal and political concept. Bringing together experts and perspectives from political science, law and philosophy, this volume advances our understanding of the current threats to democracy, a political system once thought almost invincible.
His is the author of A Theory of Militant Democracy (Yale University Press ) and co-editor of Political Representation (Cambridge University Press ). Reviews This is a timely book, as fascist and anti-democratic parties are on the rise in many democratic countries.
“Militant democracy,” a term coined by Karl Lowenstein in in a lament on the inability of democracy to contain fascism, refers to a form of constitutional democracy authorized to protect civil and political freedom by preemptively restricting the exercise of such freedoms.
1 Its most recent visible manifestation is the raft of. Prof. Afshin Ellian () is Professor of Jurisprudence at Leiden University.
He received his PhD in at Tilburg University with a dissertation on the democratic transition of South Africa. Ellian wrote extensively on topics within legal and political philosophy, such as: religious extremism, the state of exception, militant democracy and (counter)terrorism. The wehrhafte or streitbare Demokratie ("well-fortified" or "battle-ready democracy") is a term for German politics that implies that the government (Bundesregierung), the parliament (Bundestag and Bundesrat) and the judiciary are given extensive powers and duties to defend the liberal democratic basic order ("freiheitlich-demokratische Grundordnung") against those who want to abolish it.
This collection provides an up-to-date analysis of key country approaches to Militant Democracy. Featuring contributions from some of the key people working in this area, including Mark Tushnet and Helen Irving, each chapter presents a stocktaking of the legal measures to protect the democracy against its enemies within.
In addition to providing a description of the country's view of Militant. A Theory Of Militant Democracy. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the A Theory Of Militant Democracy, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book.
If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe. The discussion also presents proposals for the development of the Militant Democracy principle or its alternatives in policy and legal practice.
In the final chapter the editor compares the different arrangements and formulates a minimum consensus as to what measures are indispensable to protect a democracy. A militant democracy, as defined¹ by Karl Loewenstein (a, b), employs a variety of practices to discourage or combat the rise of extremist, anti-democratic political are several instruments that a militant democracy could conceivably employ.
(For a list, see Tyulkina a: 55n11). It could, for example, ban such parties outright. Until now, most discussions of militant democracy have consisted in attempts to justify it on the basis of the implicit assumption that militant democracy is a justiciable principle capable of being applied in a non-arbitrary way (on this point, see, in particular, Sajò, ; Thiel, ; Kirshner, ).
How should pro-democratic forces safeguard representative government from anti-democratic forces. By granting rights of participation to groups that do not share democratic values, democracies may endanger the very rights they have granted; but denying these rights may also undermine democratic values.
“Militant democracy” is meant to address the purported inability of democracies to contain fascism; a more immediately. Download Militant Democracy books, This book is a collection of contributions by leading scholars on theoretical and contemporary problems of militant democracy.
The term 'militant democracy' was first coined in In a militant democracy preventive measures are aimed, at least in practice, at restricting people who would openly contest and. The book thus integrates democratic peace and democratic war into one consistent theoretical perspective, emphasising the impact of national identity.
The book concludes by arguing that all democracies have a 'weak spot' where they would be willing to engage militarily.The concept of militant democracy was introduced to legal scholarship and constitutional practice so as to provide democracy with legal means to defend itself against the range of possible activities of non-democratic political actors.
This book offers a broad comparative look at the legal concept of militant : Taylor And Francis.In book: The 'Militant Democracy' Principle in Modern Democracies, Edition: 1, Chapter: The 'Militant Democracy' Principle in Spain, Publisher: Ashgate, Editors: Markus Thiel, pp Cite this.