Political teams are chosen, and the media both fuels and thrives on the contestation.
Rather, it means that contestation over the meaning of democracy is inherent to the concept itself.
He said that, when it came to culture, the political system in Iran left “a lot of wiggle room and lot of room for interpretation and contestation,” which “encouraged a certain kind of creativity.”
Mostly, the combat takes the form of “cultural contestation”, as reverence for the “holy German art” extolled in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg has often required other nations to pay homage to Germans as the master race.
Opportunities for democratic contestation must be equally open to all persons and groups in the society.
The development, defense, and contestation of preferential affirmative action has proceeded along two paths.
If you love that, then you can tolerate the hard work of ongoing, routine contestation with people who disagree with you.”
Nico Krisch, in a book from 2010, has argued that international law can be democratized by seeking accountability, deliberation, and contestation in different issue spaces.
Worse, as Elizabeth Frazer has argued, it has often been used to justify hierarchical arrangements and delegitimize areas of conflict and contestation in modern societies (Frazer 1999).
But it does mean that the boundaries between public and private should be seen as a social construction subject to change and contestation and that their hierarchical characterization should be resisted.
After decades of armed contestation, the design of the Peace of Augsburg was finally consolidated, not in the exact form of 1555, but effectively establishing the authority of princes and kings over religion.
., Mouffe 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000; Honig 1995; Ziarek 2001) worry that democratic theories that focus on consensus can silence debate and thus they focus more on plurality, dissensus, and the ceaseless contestation within politics.
There has been as much contestation over exactly what doctrine or group of commitments belong under that heading as about their philosophical merits, but a few points are relatively uncontroversial and can provide a useful way into this strand of Nietzsche’s thinking.
In proclaiming the “permanent challenge,” (la contestation permanente), the “permanent education,” the Great Refusal, they recognized the mark of social repression, even in the most sublime manifestations of traditional culture, even in the most spectacular manifestations of technical progress.
He argues that our interconnected world—“terribly unjust, subject to crisis, environmentally unwise, everywhere politically and economically captured by the few”—has become “impossible for anyone to alter or escape” because of “the relative invisibility and imperviousness of the world of technical management to contestation.”
Or when he noted, in “The Invention of Tradition,” how public space was altered in response to the mass politics of capitalist contestation: where spaces previously were decorated with baroque details depicting a pageant of old-world permanency, new spaces were stripped of all adornment, allowing attention to settle on “the movement of the actors themselves”—most notably, the working class—as they marched through the square.
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Or when he noted in The Invention of Tradition how public space was altered in response to the mass politics of capitalist contestation where spaces previously were decorated with baroque details depicting a pageant of old-world permanency new spaces were stripped of all adornment allowing attention to settle on the movement of the actors themselves—most notably the working class—as they marched through the square