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Feminism, pluralist democracy and agonistic politics

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My presentation will examine the following question: How should those whose aim is to foster a radical democratic project envisage the public space. After having introduced the theoretical framework that informs my argument and delineated the main points of my agonistic approach, I will distinguish my understanding of agonism from the one of Hannah Arendt. I will end by drawing some consequences of the different agonistic approaches for feminist politics.

This talk is part of the Social Theory Seminars series.

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