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[Si] Democracy & Resistance
Beginn der Veranstaltung am 16.04.2018
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 16.04.2018
wöchentlich Mo. 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr,  Licher Straße /Raum 51

Zielgruppen:
DuK Ma, WPV, 2. Sem  |  GuK Pol Ma, WPV, 2. Sem  |  ATW Ma, WPV, alle Sem

Kommentar:

Teaching Method: Discussion, Presentations
Evaluation: final Paper


COURSE PREREQUISITES AND REQUIREMENTS
The future of democracy is one of the most pressing problems in contemporary political science and philosophy. On the one hand, we face a growing alienation in politics: democratic institutions and procedures may be working properly, but important decisions are taken behind closed doors, and, for the citizens, only an illusion of democracy persists. On the other hand, citizens worldwide seem to be not politically-inactive or de-motivated at all. Instead, we witness many faces of citizen-resistance and activities against the current political situation: mass protests in many European cities, riots in London, and revolts in Northern Africa. We are confronted with two developments, which, at first glance, aim in different directions: democracy seems to be both in decline and to rise from the dead at the same time. What should democratic practices and institutions look like in a globalised society, and what are the normative principles that underlie them? This seminar will scrutinise both questions and relate them to one another. The literature includes texts by Wendy Brown, Costas Douzinas, Negri/Hardt and others.
Students are required to attend the class regularly, do the assigned readings and participate in class discussions. Each student is expected to have a short class presentation on the assigned readings. For the successful completion of the course a short term paper (10 pages, 20,000 characters) is required. The paper account for a substantial part of the grade. The students are supposed to familiarize themselves with the policies regarding plagiarism. A disclosed case of plagiarism will result in failing the class and report to the department.


 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

   

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

     

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

[Si] Democracy & Resistance
Beginn der Veranstaltung am 16.04.2018
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 16.04.2018
wöchentlich Mo. 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr,  Licher Straße /Raum 51

Zielgruppen:
DuK Ma, WPV, 2. Sem  |  GuK Pol Ma, WPV, 2. Sem  |  ATW Ma, WPV, alle Sem

Kommentar:

Teaching Method: Discussion, Presentations
Evaluation: final Paper


COURSE PREREQUISITES AND REQUIREMENTS
The future of democracy is one of the most pressing problems in contemporary political science and philosophy. On the one hand, we face a growing alienation in politics: democratic institutions and procedures may be working properly, but important decisions are taken behind closed doors, and, for the citizens, only an illusion of democracy persists. On the other hand, citizens worldwide seem to be not politically-inactive or de-motivated at all. Instead, we witness many faces of citizen-resistance and activities against the current political situation: mass protests in many European cities, riots in London, and revolts in Northern Africa. We are confronted with two developments, which, at first glance, aim in different directions: democracy seems to be both in decline and to rise from the dead at the same time. What should democratic practices and institutions look like in a globalised society, and what are the normative principles that underlie them? This seminar will scrutinise both questions and relate them to one another. The literature includes texts by Wendy Brown, Costas Douzinas, Negri/Hardt and others.
Students are required to attend the class regularly, do the assigned readings and participate in class discussions. Each student is expected to have a short class presentation on the assigned readings. For the successful completion of the course a short term paper (10 pages, 20,000 characters) is required. The paper account for a substantial part of the grade. The students are supposed to familiarize themselves with the policies regarding plagiarism. A disclosed case of plagiarism will result in failing the class and report to the department.


 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Sommersemester angeboten.

 

Dieses Modul wird in der Regel jedes Wintersemester angeboten.

 

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