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As a result, the moral job of the critic was to call that political truth by its proper name. Wrong , because Ezrahi—whose academic researches had focused primarily on the relation between scientific rationality and politics—also understood the rubber bullet as a technology. And this is no way to live. The way we talk about this conflict is itself evidence of a species of thinking that cannot make itself at home in a present where legitimation crises are irreducible.
Its precarious existence depends upon mutually reinforcing democratic ideas, political culture, political imaginaries, institutions, and practices. Ezrahi, E. Mendelsohn, and H. Segal Amherst, Mass. Can Democracy Recover? Unpublished MS, excerpt. Leave a comment. Filed under Uncategorized.
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