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Globalized Capitalism and the Demise of the Left: Renewing Radicalism through Inclusive Democracy

Globalized Capitalism and the Demise of the Left: Renewing Radicalism through Inclusive Democracy

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This is an all-important collective e-book edition of an extended dialogue with libertarians, socialists and leftists, all over the world on the contemporary demise of the Left and the hope of the liberatory project of Inclusive Democracy in a context of enormous concentration of power, political, economic, social by the elites through the system of the internationalized market economy and the representative "democracy" and the secondary hierarchical structures.

This fruitful dialogue addresses some questions about the feasibility of an anti-systemic project, the dead ends of the reformist/non-systemic proposals and tries to answer to the doubts about the need of a radical change in the social structures and values "from below" like these proposed by Inclusive Democracy.

This is a special issue for Winter 2009 published by the International Journal of Inclusive Democracy

http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/
editors@inclusivedemocracy.org

Edited by Steve Best



Contents

*

The Authors, p. 1

INTRODUCTION

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Crisis Culture and the Waning of Revolutionary Politics, Steven Best, p. 11
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Our Aims, The International Network for Inclusive Democracy, p. 41

PART I: GROWTH, MARKET, SOCIETY AND DEMOCRACY

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Market and Society, Takis Nikolopoulos, p. 49
*

The Market Economy and the Biological Crisis, dr. Panayotis Koumentakis, p. 53
*

Towards a New Vision for Global Society, Rafael Spósito, p. 77
*

Social Movements, Conflicts and a Perspective of Inclusive Democracy in Argentina, Guido Galafassi, p. 91

PART II: INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY AND THE LEFT

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Inclusive Democracy and its Prospects, David Freeman, p. 105
*

Beyond Social Democracy?, Arran Gare, p. 129
*

Can Democracy Solve All Problems?, Serge Latouche, p. 155
*

Inclusive Democracy and Left Libertarianism, Michael Levin, p, 165
*

Recent Theoretical Developments on the Inclusive Democracy Project, Takis Fotopoulos, p. 189

PART III: EDUCATION AND DEMOCRACY

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The Democratic Paideia Project: Beginnings of an Emancipatory Paideia for Today, David Gabbard and Karen Anijar Appleton, p. 315
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Education, Paideia and Democracy: Experiences of the U.S. Educational System, John Sargis, p. 331

DIALOGUE-EPILOGUE

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Is Inclusive Democracy Feasible and Desirable?, Takis Fotopoulos, p. 373

APPENDICES

*

Democracia Incluyente, Jorge Camil, p. 457
*

Vers Une Démocratie Générale?, Jean-Claude Richard, p. 461


© The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy 2004-2009
(Rights granted for non-commercial electronic re-publication with mention of the sources and no derivation of the original work)
This is an all-important collective e-book edition of an extended dialogue with libertarians, socialists and leftists, all over the world on the contemporary demise of the Left and the hope of the liberatory project of Inclusive Democracy in a context of enormous concentration of power, political, economic, social by the elites through the system of the internationalized market economy and the representative "democracy" and the secondary hierarchical structures.

This fruitful dialogue addresses some questions about the feasibility of an anti-systemic project, the dead ends of the reformist/non-systemic proposals and tries to answer to the doubts about the need of a radical change in the social structures and values "from below" like these proposed by Inclusive Democracy.

This is a special issue for Winter 2009 published by the International Journal of Inclusive Democracy

http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/
editors@inclusivedemocracy.org

Edited by Steve Best



Contents

*

The Authors, p. 1

INTRODUCTION

*

Crisis Culture and the Waning of Revolutionary Politics, Steven Best, p. 11
*

Our Aims, The International Network for Inclusive Democracy, p. 41

PART I: GROWTH, MARKET, SOCIETY AND DEMOCRACY

*

Market and Society, Takis Nikolopoulos, p. 49
*

The Market Economy and the Biological Crisis, dr. Panayotis Koumentakis, p. 53
*

Towards a New Vision for Global Society, Rafael Spósito, p. 77
*

Social Movements, Conflicts and a Perspective of Inclusive Democracy in Argentina, Guido Galafassi, p. 91

PART II: INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY AND THE LEFT

*

Inclusive Democracy and its Prospects, David Freeman, p. 105
*

Beyond Social Democracy?, Arran Gare, p. 129
*

Can Democracy Solve All Problems?, Serge Latouche, p. 155
*

Inclusive Democracy and Left Libertarianism, Michael Levin, p, 165
*

Recent Theoretical Developments on the Inclusive Democracy Project, Takis Fotopoulos, p. 189

PART III: EDUCATION AND DEMOCRACY

*

The Democratic Paideia Project: Beginnings of an Emancipatory Paideia for Today, David Gabbard and Karen Anijar Appleton, p. 315
*

Education, Paideia and Democracy: Experiences of the U.S. Educational System, John Sargis, p. 331

DIALOGUE-EPILOGUE

*

Is Inclusive Democracy Feasible and Desirable?, Takis Fotopoulos, p. 373

APPENDICES

*

Democracia Incluyente, Jorge Camil, p. 457
*

Vers Une Démocratie Générale?, Jean-Claude Richard, p. 461


© The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy 2004-2009
(Rights granted for non-commercial electronic re-publication with mention of the sources and no derivation of the original work)

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 THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNALOF INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY 
A quarterly journal published by the InternationalNetwork for Inclusive Democracy
 Vol. 5, No. 1, special issue winter 2009
global capitalism and the demiseof the left:renewing radicalism throughinclusive democrac
edited by steve best 
ISSN 1753-240X

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