7 edition of Post-intellectualism and the decline of democracy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -283) and index.
|Statement||Donald N. Wood ; foreword by Neil Postman.|
|LC Classifications||HN90.M3 W63 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|ISBN 10||0275954218, 027595661X|
|LC Control Number||96010420|
The original concept of the Cycle of Democracy leads us to Dr. Alexander Tytler, a Scottish professor, who wrote a scholarly tome from which this concept comes, called “The Athenian Republic.” This was published shortly before the thirteen American colonies gained independence from Britain. Historical accounts of democracy’s rise tend to focus on ancient Greece and pre-Renaissance Europe. The Decline and Rise of Democracy draws from global evidence to show that the story is much richer—democratic practices were present in many places, at many other times, from the Americas before European conquest, to ancient Mesopotamia, to precolonial Africa.
But what if the failures of democracy are not exceptions? In this thought-provoking study of democratization, Joshua Kurlantzick proposes that the spate of retreating democracies, one after another over the past two decades, is not just a series of exceptions. Instead, it reflects a new and disturbing trend: democracy in worldwide decline. As Donald Wood concludes in his book, "Post-Intellectualism and the Decline of Democracy: The Failure of Reason and Responsibility in the .
The quality of democracy in Latin America 35 years after the start of the third wave of democratization in the region .. 17 A change of epoch: global and regional trends.. 19 The impact of global and regional changes on the quality of democracy in Latin America. Decline and fall: how American society unravelled had been a relatively egalitarian, secure, middle-class democracy, with structures in place that .
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Lessons in the Decline of Democracy From the Ruined Roman Republic A new book argues that violent rhetoric and disregard for political norms was the beginning of Rome’s end Tiberius and Gaius. The West is declining, and Wood blames it on the self-implosion of our intellectual cultural heritage.
Modernism is collapsing under its own weight, as postmodern ideals eat away at the West's twin pillars of reason and responsibility. Our media-fueled, image-driven, non-linear recasting of the good life has led to the rejection of reason, the enshrinement of greed, ecological debasement.
Whereas democracy requires us to accept the fact that we have to share our country with people who think and look differently than we do, right. This book had been referenced in various media that I consume, so I had some expectations. Given that this is a sociological work, I was expecting less philosophy, more empirical work, and frankly, bigger insights.
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Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan, both Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporters, have fashioned a portrait of the third impeachment of an American president as a barometer of the health of.
During this same period, U.S. government spending on democracy, human rights, and governance programs (mainly through the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID) fell by nearly $ million.
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Schmitter, Steven Levitsky, Lucan Way, Thomas Carothers, and editors Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner—explore these concerns and offer competing viewpoints about the state of democracy today. Which is not to say that there’s no way to affect the type and timing of the collapse.
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