Albert Ogien

Voice or Exit in democracy

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According to the proposals put forward by Hirschman in "Exit, Voice and Loyalty" on politics, one could consider the forms of rebuff democracy experiences these days as a modality of "exit" that marks the decline of this type of regime. This article challenges this view by first recalling that politics is not a field of activity governed by the laws of the market, then by analysing the disavowal of representative democracy in terms of a "voice" expressing a critique of the current functioning of representative democracy as well as a "loyalty" to the fundamental principle of democracy: equality.


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