Democracy without Shortcuts: Engaging with Lafont

Philosophy and Social Criticism 47 (1):13-18 (2021)
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This article engages with Cristina Lafont’s excellent book, Democracy without Shortcuts. I argue that she provides us with the tools to comprehend what democracy entails and how to challenge the populist pseudo-democratic project.

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