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Demos

In Greece, a political subdivision equivalent to a municipality.
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Consequently, democratizing--and thus deimperializing--European integration actually involves working to resist efforts to construct a European demos while leveraging the European demoi that already exist by involving them in Tully's model of open-ended multilogues.
Bohman, James (2007), "Transforming the Public Sphere Communicative Freedom and Transnational Publics," in his Democracy across Borders: From Demos to Demoi.
Federal systems are complex polities, to be sure, but, in federalism, the complexity is at the level of states, not demoi.
On any law of averages, these cannot have been universally resented by everyone in the allied demoi.
A definite highlight was a rare outing for Le Soleil Est Pres DeMoi.
63) Such a view resonates with Joseph Weiler's idea of "multiple demoi," of various sites of civil empowerment scattered throughout the Union, and to which citizens might feel a sense of affinity.
Eupolis' Demoi has been reconstructed to require various numbers of actors, but not even the lengthy fr.
It was said that whenever he stood up "he spoke right past the politicians, from ten feet behind, like a great sprinter" (Eupolis, Demoi, from Rusten 1989).
Confederalism would assure a decentralisation of horizontally interdependent and economically self-reliant demoi.
Princeton University Press, 2008); James Bohman, Democracy Across Borders: From Demos to Demoi (Cambridge, Mass.
Uno de los temas mas importantes en relacion con las democracias plurinacionales es establecer, no como el demos se convierte en cratos--que seria la vision tradicional de la democracia-, sino como los diferentes demoi que coexisten en la misma democracia se reconocen politica y constitucionalmente y como se les da cabida en condiciones de igualdad (entre las mayorias y las minorias nacionales) en el cratos de la organizacion politica.
In this highly persuasive account of transnational democracy, James Bohman focuses on extending the political subject from a unitary people, the demos, to plural and overlapping demoi.