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#1Gianpaolo Baiocchi (NYU: New York University)H-Index: 14
A comment on Philippe Schmitter's Essay "The Vices and Virtues of 'Populisms'" ( Sociologica , 13 (1), 2019)
#1Zoe Lefkofridi (University of Salzburg)H-Index: 8
A comment on Philippe Schmitter's Essay "The Vices and Virtues of ‘Populisms’" ( Sociologica , 13 (1), 2019)
#1Stephen Holmes (NYU: New York University)H-Index: 3
A comment on Philippe Schmitter's essay "The Vices and Virtues of ‘Populisms’" ( Sociologica , 13 (1), 2019).
#1Zsolt Enyedi (CEU: Central European University)H-Index: 13
A comment on Philippe Schmitter's Essay "The Vices and Virtues of ‘Populisms’" ( Sociologica , 13 (1), 2019)
#1Roberta Sassatelli (University of Milan)H-Index: 11
Starting from his early observations on the mask and drawing also on his interview on the subject, this paper considers Alessandro Pizzorno’s theory of identity building as recognition looking in particular at his last works. The metaphor of the mask helps us to understand the mechanisms of identity constitution, the dialectic of hiding and revealing, and with it the ambivalences of modern subjectivity. For Pizzorno, in modern societies, individuals must represent themselves as a function of the...
#1Mariano Croce (Sapienza University of Rome)H-Index: 3
This article centres on Pierre Bourdieu’s conception of social critique and its political potential. It first examines important objections to his view of the way in which critique works, particularly from those scholars who claim that it implies an objectivist notion of people’s cognition and agency. It continues by clarifying that this objection rests on a misplaced understanding of Bourdieu’s idea of the levels at which critique takes place. It then explores his understanding of the semantic ...
#1Takis S. Pappas (UH: University of Helsinki)
Despite its remarkable growth in recent years, the study of populism has long suffered from the lack of a comprehensive theory about its causes, development, and outcomes. Yet, no such theory can be arrived at before previously having resolved what "populism" really is (and what it is not ). Good definitions, therefore, require a prior conceptualization of the phenomena we classify as populist, and want explained. Like planets, which are hard to define but easier to conceptualize as the componen...
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