Edited By Martin Bak Jørgensen and Óscar García Agustín
Nine Theses on Dissent
In nine theses of dissent the editors of the volume on Politics of Dissent as the title suggests put forth nine theses on not only the content of dissent but also the implications for social and political change. By unravelling the concept of dissent the chapter shows firstly why dissent can be analysed as a form of politics and how this particular type of politics is linked to agency. Dissent opens up the understanding of democracy. It brings out the oppositional voices, conflicts and disengagements. It brings in the people.
#1 Dissent is the questioning of consensus
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