| New International Journal INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY |
Wolfgang - 22.10.2004 00:08
Inclusive Democracy is a new conception for direct political democracy, economic democracy (beyond the confines of the market economy and state planning), as well as democracy in the social realm and ecological democracy. And has no connection to representative democracy, what is really a liberal oligarchy. See the content of our new Journal at:
The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy
Inclusive Democracy perceives the world to be in a multidimensional crisis, caused by the concentration of power in the hands of various elites, as a result of the establisment of the system of market/growth economy, representative 'democracy' and related forms of hierachical structures.
ISSUE NUMBER 1, OCTOBER 2004:
- THE INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY DOSSIER -
WHAT IS AN INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY?
The contours of Inclusive Democracy
WHY AN INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY?
The multidimensional crisis, globalisation and inclusive democracy
HOW AN INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY?
The transitional strategy of the Inclusive Democracy project
FOR WHOM AN INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY?
Class divisions and the liberatory subject today
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The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy (1992-2003)
"Towards an Inclusive Democracy.
The Crisis of the Growth economy and The Need for a New Liberatory Project" by Takis Fotopoulos, London/NY 1997.
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