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Consecutio rerum, anno V, n. 9

Démocratie et néolibéralisme

A cura di Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger e Carolina Verlengia

 

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Introduzione

NATHANAËL COLIN-JAEGER et CAROLINA VERLENGIA, Les définitions néolibérales de la démocratie, entre critique et recatégorisation

Monografica

ODILE TOURNEUX, Deux conceptions néolibérales de la souveraineté et de la démocratie: aux origines de la gouvernance européenne
ARNAUD MILANESE, Les sources lippmanniennes du problème néolibéral de la démocratie: la démocratie “reconstruite” de 34
ETIENNE WIEDEMANN, La réalisation optimale de l’idéal démocratique par l’extension du marché selon Milton Friedman
NATHANAËL COLIN-JAEGER,, L’idéal démocratique contre la démocratie. Buchanan et l’économie politique constitutionnelle
THIBAUT RIOUFREYT, Destituer les citoyens, contraindre les individus. Le néo-libéralisme contre la démocratie
STEPHEN W. SAWYER, From Histories of Liberalism
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Introduzione. Les définitions néolibérales de la démocratie, entre critique et recatégorisation

Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger et Carolina Verlengia

 

 

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Deux conceptions néoliberales de la souveraineté et de la démocratie: aux origines de la gouvernance europeenne

Odile Tourneux

 

ENS Lyon, TRIANGLE 5206

odile.tourneux@ens-lyon.fr

 

 

 

Abstract: Neoliberal theories and European institutions have several things in common, including being regularly criticized for their lack of appreciation for democracy. The promotion of the motive of neoliberal governance to the rank of political principle would be done in opposition to the republican model of the general will. However, it seems to us that European public policies, and the theories on which they are based, are not so much based on a negation of democracy as on a deep redefinition of the republican model of popular Continua a leggere

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Les sources lippmanniennes du probléme néolibéral de la démocratie: la démocratie “reconstruite“ de ’34

Arnaud Milanese

 

ENS de Lyon, TRIANGLE UMR 5206

arnaud.milanese@ens-lyon.fr

 

 

 

Abstract: In the abundant literature on Lippmann’s neoliberalism in 1937, several studies have already examined the democratic model of The Good Society. The literature is even more abundant on the conception of democracy that arises from the Dewey-Lippmann Debate. But surprisingly, few studies look at the relation between both, and at the importance of The Method of Freedom (1934) to understand it. Written in the early years of the New Deal, this text nevertheless offers an accurate view of the long-term Lippmannian thoughts on Continua a leggere

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La réalisation optimale de l’idéal démocratique par l’extension du marché selon Milton Friedman

Etienne Wiedemann

 

ENS de Lyon

etienne.wiedemann@ens-lyon.fr

 

 

 

Abstract: In Capitalism and Freedom, Milton Friedman seeks to establish that free market can be thought of as the best possible device to realize the idea of democracy for it allows all individuals to directly decide of their own existence. In order to reach such a conclusion Friedman reduces first the idea of democracy to an ideal of maximum extension of individual freedom. This reduction is based on a strong individualism and on the idea that there is an irreducible diversity of individual preferences. These same elements Continua a leggere

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L’idéal démocratique contre la démocratie. Buchanan et l’économie politique constitutionnelle

Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger

 

ENS  de Lyon, TRIANGLE UMR 5206, et Duke University, Center for the History of Political Economy

nathanael.colin@ens-lyon.fr

 

 

 

 

Abstract: Neoliberals are often accused of being anti-democratic theorists. Buchanan, among them, has been particularly targeted as one of the instigators of anti-democratic movements in the United-States. This article shows, through the specific example of Buchanan, how this narrative leads to a misinterpretation of the relationship between neoliberal theorists and democracy. Far from simply criticizing democracy as a tyranny of the majority or as leading to situations of negative cooperation, Buchanan proposed a new Continua a leggere

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Destituer les citoyens, contraindre les individus

Thibaut Rioufreyt

 

Maître de conférences en science politique, Université Lyon 2/Laboratoire Triangle UMR 5206

thibaut@rioufreyt.fr

 

 

 

Abstract: This article proposes to question the relationship between neoliberalism and democracy from three angles. Neo-liberalism is an anti-democratic project in that it aims to restrict the principle and scope of popular sovereignty so that it does not call into question the spontaneous order of the market. Moreover, neoliberal hegemony reaches the very conditions of possibility of democracy by making the constitution of a demos much more complicated. Neoliberalism constitutes in fact a regime of subjectivation, producing a neoliberal Continua a leggere

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From Histories of Liberalism to a History of the Demos: Toward a Democratic Critique of Neoliberalism

Stephen W. Sawyer

 

The American University of Paris

ssawyer@aup.fr

 

 

 

Abstract: This article proposes to question the relationship between neoliberalism and democracy from three angles. Neo-liberalism is an anti-democratic project in that it aims to restrict the principle and scope of popular sovereignty so that it does not call into question the spontaneous order of the market. Moreover, neoliberal hegemony reaches the very conditions of possibility of democracy by making the constitution of a demos much more complicated. Neoliberalism constitutes in fact a regime of subjectivation, producing a neoliberal subject in tension with the figure Continua a leggere

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Entretien avec Christian Laval: Les métamorphoses du néolibéralisme. Retour sur une recherche

Questions et propos recueillis par Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger et Carolina Verlengia

 

 

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L’arte come la scienza intuitiva. Attività, essenza, eternità fra Spinoza e Proust

Sofia Sandreschi

 

Università degli Studi Roma Tre

 

 

Abstract: This article aims at analysing together Spinoza’s third kind of knowledge and Proust’s art conception. Both intuitive science and art outline an existence characterised by full activity. Imagination has a fundamental role: in Spinoza, it links the affections following the order established by the intellect thanks to the adequate ideas it possesses; in Proust, it is imagination itself that, within the arts, presents the impressions to intelligence. Both intuitive science and art lead to the knowledge of essences: in order to deepen the meaning of Spinoza’s sub specie Continua a leggere

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H. Bergson, Storia dell’idea di tempo a cura di S. Guidi (Mimesis, Milano-Udine 2019)

Gabriele Vissio

 

 

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