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Ulrich Beck on Democracy - Dictionary of Arguments

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Democracy/Beck: on the one hand, the industrial society enforces the demands and forms of parliamentary democracy. On the other hand, the scope of these principles is halved. The sub-political process of innovation of "progress" remains in the competence of the economy, science and technology, for which democratic matter of courses have just been overridden. This becomes problematic in the continuity of modernization processes where the sub-politics of politics have taken over the leading role of shaping society.


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U. Beck
Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity. New Delhi 1992
German Edition:
Risikogesellschaft Frankfurt/M. 2015


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