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Browsing Journal Articles (Peer-reviewed) by Subject "Democracy"

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  • Friedman, Steven (Berghahn Journals, )
    Utopian thought has been discredited because attempts to re-engineer society using Utopian formulae have invariably produced violence and despotism. But the apparent eclipse of Utopia has left a yawning gap, for economic ...
  • Lötter, H.P.P. (Hennie)
    How can citizens be made just? I focus on how modem constitutional democracies can entice, convince, and guide their citizens to become just. I rely chiefly on Rawls's theory of justice (1971), as well as the work of ...
  • Lotter, H.P.P.
    Examines an approach for accommodating varying kinds of identity within a multicultural constitutional democracy, showing how people define, construct and change their personal identities in order to become unique individuals. ...
  • Nanackchand, Vedant; Berman, Kim (South African Journal of Education, )
    The value of human rights in a democratic South Africa is constantly threatened and often waived for nefarious reasons. We contend that the use of visual graphics among incoming university visual art students provides a ...

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