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Title: Democracia e república: o dissenso sobre a liberdade e as linguagens modernas da política
Other Titles: Democracy and Republic: dissent on freedom and the modern languages of politics
Keywords: Neorrepublicanismo
Neo republicanism
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Universidade de São Paulo
Citation: MOREIRA, M. S. Democracia e república: o dissenso sobre a liberdade e as linguagens modernas da política. Leviathan: Cadernos de Pesquisa Política, São Paulo, n. 7, p. 44-76, 2013.
Abstract: This paper discusses the relationship between democracy and republic. The analysis begins with a discussion of the concept of freedom in the late twentieth century, characterized by advancement of conservative liberalism and, as a reaction to it, the recovery of the political tradition of republicanism. Far from being a mere disagreement between scholars, the contest between these founding languages of the modern era, indicates the debate was a factor that defines the functions of the state and democracy. The concept of freedom of the authors of republicanism, all antagonists, in some measure, of liberalism and proponents of an alternative vision of freedom is then appraised. Although the neo-republicanism doesn't have a finished conception of democracy, it allows us to formulate an integrated overview of their main problems, by the north to the elimination of all obstacles to freedom.
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