Are we ‘post-democratic’ – or have we not (yet) been democratic at all?. Martel, J. Juncture, 22(3):210--215, December, 2015.
Are we ‘post-democratic’ – or have we not (yet) been democratic at all? [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
James Martel frames a view of ‘post-democracy’ that eschews a chronological interpretation – ‘democracy is dead; long live democracy’ – and replaces it with a philosophical interpretation that acknowledges the essential failures of democracy and seeks instead to achieve what democracy never has and never will.
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	abstract = {James Martel frames a view of ‘post-democracy’ that eschews a chronological interpretation – ‘democracy is dead; long live democracy’ – and replaces it with a philosophical interpretation that acknowledges the essential failures of democracy and seeks instead to achieve what democracy never has and never will.},
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