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Party and Democracy questions why political parties today are held in such low estimation in advanced democracies. The first part of the volume reviews theoretical motivations behind the growing disdain for the political party. In surveying the parties' lengthy attempt to gain legitimacy, particular attention is devoted to the cultural and political conditions which led to their emergence on the ground' and then to their political and theoretical acceptance as the sole master in the chain of delegation. The second part traces the evolution of the party's organization and public confidence against the backdrop of the transition from industrial to post-industrial societies. The book suggests that, in the post-war period, parties shifted from a golden age of organizational development and positive reception by public opinion towards a more difficult relationship with society as it moved into post industrialism. Parties were unable to master societal change and thus moved towards the state to recover resources they were no longer able to extract from their constituencies. Parties have become richer and more powerful thanks to their interpenetration into the state, but they have paid' for their pervasive presence in society and the state with a declining legitimacy. Even if some changes have been introduced recently in party organizations to counteract their decline, they seem to have become ineffective; even worse, they have dampened democratic standing inside and outside parties, favouring plebiscitary tendencies. The party today is caught in a dramatic contradiction. It has become a sort of Leviathan with clay feet: very powerful thanks to the resources it gets from the state and to its control of the societal and state spheres, but very weak in terms of legitimacy and confidence in the eyes of the mass public. However, it is argued that there is still no alternative to the party. Democracy is still inextricably linked to the party system.
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She completed her doctoral dissertation, entitled Der Liebesbegriff bei Augustin LA under Jaspers's supervision in Per questo gli uffici vengono moltiplicati, le giurisdizioni tra loro sovrapposte e i centri di potere continuamente spostati. Cancel Reply 0 characters used from the allowed.
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This page was last modified on 4 Augustat During the post-war period she lectured at a number of American universities, including Princeton, Berkeley and Chicago, but was most closely associated with the New School for Social Research, where she was a professor of political philosophy until her death in This page has been accessed 78, times. totwlitarismo
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Eichmann y el Holocausto Serie Great Ideas A firewall is blocking access to Prezi content. Per la Arendt il totalitarismo rappresenta il luogo di cristallizzazione delle contraddizioni dell'epoca rel e insieme la comparsa in Occidente di un fenomeno radicalmente nuovo.
Constrain to simple back and forward steps. In the spring of she went to Heidelberg University to study with Karl Jaspers, a philosopher aremdt whom she established a long-lasting intellectual and personal friendship.
Hannah Arendt was born in in Hanover.