Political Leadership in Liberal and Democratic Theory

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Joseph V. Femia, András Körösényi, Gabriella Slomp
Imprint Academic, 2009 - 195 oldal

The working hypothesis of this book is that the issue of leadership is neglected by mainstream democratic and liberal theories. This deficiency has especially become evident in the last three or four decades, which have witnessed a revival of deontological liberalism and radical theories of participatory and 'deliberative' democracy. The contributors examine, discuss and evaluate descriptive, analytical and normative arguments regarding the role of leadership in liberal and democratic theory. The volume seeks to provoke debate and to foster new research on the significance and function of leaders in liberal democracies. The book (as a whole and in its constitutive chapters) works on two levels. First, it aims to expose the lack of systematic treatment of leadership in mainstream liberal and democratic theory. Second, it explores the reasons for this neglect. Overall, the book tries to convince the reader that liberal and democratic theories should revive the issue of leadership.

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Korosenyi is Associate Professor in Political Science at Eotvos Lorand University.

Gabriella Slomp is Lecturer in Political Theory, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

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