Vol 13, No 1

The Disappearing of Politics


If you look at the campaign posters of various political parties, political groups, and individual candidates, you will notice that something has disappeared from the choice of words that are supposed to move voters to cast their ballots for a certain candidate or platform, something that is, for politics as a certain type of behaviour, most characteristic – that is, politics. We can certainly ask the question how politics itself is disappearing or has already fully disappeared from the political discourse; first, however, we should answer the questions, what does politics actually mean, and what distinguishes it from other types of human behaviour and action, in order to attempt to answer the question if and why “true” and “real” politics are currently disappearing, or have already disappeared, from the political discourse.

Obsah

Editorial

Where Have Politics Gone?
Petr Horák
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5–6

Studie

Miloš Havelka
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9–22
Roman Chytilek
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23–43
Michel Perottino
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45–56
Crystal Cordell Paris
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57–71
Stanislav Balík
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73–85
Anna Durnová
Mobi (English) ePub (English)
87–100