GLOBALISME SERAIT-IL UNE DEMOCRATIE TOTALITAIRE ?

Posted On Dec 11 2017 by

Le roman intitulé Globalia de Jean-Christophe Rufin est l’un des exemples de roman d’anticipation politique français publié dans la première décennie du XXIe siècle. Connu pour ses romans classés en général dans le genre du roman historique, Jean-Christophe Rufin passe avec Globalia du l’axe du roman historique au roman d’anticipation sociale. Jean-Christophe Rufin, dont le métier est médecin, a travaillé de longues années au sein de la Croix rouge, des Nations Unies et de Médecins sans frontières et s’est rendu dans plusieurs pays pauvres comme Erythrée, Nicaragua, Afghanistan, Philippines, Ruanda, Sri Lanka, Kosovo et Mongolie. Ses expériences et ses témoignages …


(English) THE IMAGE OF RACIAL MINORITIES AND THEIR REPRESENTATION IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: AFRICAN- AND NATIVE AMERICANS

Posted On Nov 11 2015 by

Din păcate acest articol este disponibil doar în Engleză Americană.


ETHICS IN THE POLITICAL COMMUNICATION AND TWO MODELS OF DEMOCRACY

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

The predominant theory of democracy, that of rational deliberation, is based on the presumption that there is a moral theory as a basis of normative validity of the decisions acquired in a process of rational deliberation. The individual who starts from the idea that he has to use rational means of persuasion will implicitly believe that the rational argument will be the only instrument of persuasion, a priori excluding force, coercion or manipulation from the space of the common living. In other words, the process of rational deliberation presumes an equality of positions in society, deriving from the symmetry of …