كراهية الديموقراطية

Jacques Ranciere was a student of Althusser before he famously turned against his mentor now he s regarded as one of the major thinkers of our age In his new book he examines how the West can no lon

  • Title: كراهية الديموقراطية
  • Author: Jacques Rancière أحمد حسان
  • ISBN: 9789953582405
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jacques Ranciere was a student of Althusser before he famously turned against his mentor now, he s regarded as one of the major thinkers of our age In his new book, he examines how the West can no longer simply extol the virtues of democracy by contrasting it with the horrors of totalitarianism.As certain governments are exporting democracy by brute force, and a reactionJacques Ranciere was a student of Althusser before he famously turned against his mentor now, he s regarded as one of the major thinkers of our age In his new book, he examines how the West can no longer simply extol the virtues of democracy by contrasting it with the horrors of totalitarianism.As certain governments are exporting democracy by brute force, and a reactionary strand in mainstream political opinion is willing to abandon civil liberties and destroy collective values of equality, Ranciere explains how democracy government by all attacks any form of power based on the superiority of an elite Hence the fear, and consequently the hatred, of democracy amongst the new ruling class In a compelling and timely analysis, Hatred of Democracy rediscovers the ever new and subversive power of the democratic idea.

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    1. كتاب مُهم مُثير للجدل، لاسيما لصدوره من غربي ذا أصول عربية، فالديمقراطية بالنسبة له ليست مُجرد شكلًا فاسدًا من أشكال الحُكم، إنها أزمة الحضارة العالمية وهي الطريق السهل لإفساد أي نظام ونشر أي فوضى بطريقة مُقننة بدعوى الحقوق الدستورية وحرية التعبير والانتخاب الحُريرى الكا [...]

    2. كتاب لذيذ، استمتعت معه بقراءة نقد للديموقراطية الغربية من رجل غربي، من أنفسهم ! وقد بدأ الكتاب بذكر أن من يعادون الديموقراطية هم ثلاثة أصناف: من يريدون أن تكون السلطة بحكم الوراثة، ومن يريدونها أن تكون بحكم الكفاءة، والقسم الثالث هم من يجعلون قانون الوحي الإلهي هو الأساس ال [...]

    3. Therein lies the scandal: the scandal for well-to-do people unable to accept that their birth, their age, or their science has to bow before the law of chance; scandal too for those men of God who would have us all be democrats on the condition that we avow having had to kill a father or a shepherd for it, and hence that we are infinitely guilty, are in inexpiable to this father.Hatred of Democracy is a black mass of devil's advocates, Jacques Rancière constructs arguments quite convincingly on [...]

    4. في مكان الصوت الإلهي، كما يقول لنا بيني ليفي، وضع المحدثون الإنسان - الإله أو الشعب - الملك، إنسان حقوق الإنسان ذاك اللامتحدد، الذي جعله منظر الديمقراطية، كلود لوفور، شاغل مكان فارغ. وبدل " الصوت الإلهي - صوب - موسى"، فإن ما يحكمنا هو " إنسان - إله - ميت " . ولا يمكن لهذا أن يحكم إلا [...]

    5. "كراهية الديمقراطية" جاك رانسييهمنذ أن تحول الإنسان إلى المدنية أصبح يفكر في الطريقة المثلى للحكم. وبالنسبة لي كان كتاب الجمهورية لأفلاطون من أفضل ما قرأت في هذا المجال. ثم يأتي رانسييه ليوضح لي طبيعة الأنظمة الديمقراطية الحاكمة الآن وتبيان ماهيتها.أوضح رانسييه في هذا الكتا [...]

    6. به شکل خلاصه، رانسیر می‌گوید که دموکراسی، از محتوای دموکراتیکش تهی شده است. این شکل از حکومت به نوعی الیگارشی و حکومت نخبگان بدل شده و نظام نمایندگی، دموکراسی را نابود کرده است. لحن نویسنده گاهی نامفهوم و متشتت می‌شود. سهم مترجم نمی‌دانم چه‌قدر است

    7. A primeira parte dá uma explanação geral sobre o indiviadualismo democrático, aquele que deixa de permitir que o outro tenha os mesmos privilégios que você.Na segunda parte Ranciére quebra tudo que estou vendo com Reich, demonstrando que a democracia é pautada pela ausência de sentido, o tal pastor perdido é o governante que fora eleito pelo povo sem motivo.Na terceira parte há o questionamento de que a democracia só existe para estruturar os interesses da oligarquia que nos subjuga [...]

    8. A fun little polemic, which is particularly interesting to read in the US, rather than in France. Ranciere attacks French critics of democracy. His book suggests that France will be a monarchy within a few years, as everyone everywhere is constantly complaining that the masses are irresponsible, narcissistic consumers who have no interest in anything other than the next commodity. How did this happen? "Democracy has come to be attributed with engendering both the form of social homogeneity recen [...]

    9. Hatred of Democracy is a critique a number of conservative political theorists in France, and an analysis of French and European politics (some of what he says would be applicable to the US as well).It's actually somewhat shocking to me as an American that there is such a thing as conservative theories, since the American right is so intertwined with the tradition of anti-intellectualism and attacking intellectuals as "left wing" that "conservative intellectual" almost strikes me as an oxymoron. [...]

    10. Need a handy riposte to neoliberals and neocons who privilege expertise at the expense of the unwashed masses? Ranciere constructs a careful, subtle argument against such statists, arguing that democracy properly understood is the mass (and largely random) re-leveling of a particular society, and that such democratic movements are essential to the improvement of conditions here on earth. There are, of course, plenty of counters to Ranciere's own big point, most notably that he seems to feel it b [...]

    11. A philosophical-political work in the best sense of the word - offering a critical analysis of the politics of anti-politics (for Ranciere somewhat synonymous with anti-democracy). Ranciere focuses on the critique or hate of democracy, as old as democracy itself and as strong as ever.This work is a critique of intellectuals, critics, technocrats and other anti-populists that are eager to decrease the de-stabilising influence and power of the the demos. This fight is fought in the name of democra [...]

    12. أول مرة أقرء كتاب فلسفي أستفيد منه بهذا الشكل قرأته كمناقشة مع شخص أخر أستفدت منه كثيراهذا ما كان يجب علينا أن نعلمه قبل الخروج من المدارس والجامعات

    13. كتابى خواندنى ؛ ترجمه اى نارسا !آنچه كه در ابتدا بسيار آزار دهنده است ترجمه نارسا و نا دقيق مترجم است ، كه گويي خود مطالب را به درستي در نيافته و بخش هايي از آن آشكارا حاصل سوء تفاهمات غريبى است كه كار را براى خواننده دشوار ميكند. اما در مورد كتاب ميتوان به چند نكته اشاره كرد : ١- [...]

    14. Ranciere develops an understanding of the notion of “Hatred of Democracy” which is prevalent in some political discourse, and goes all the way back to Plato. He suggests that this is due, in large part, because what we call democracy is an amalgamation of social, political and economic forms which constitute the system in which we currently live. Such a system, of representative democracy, is not actually a democratic political form. Instead, it is an oligarchic political form. Thus, when we [...]

    15. وأنا أقرأ في هذا الكتاب تذكرت ما قاله الطيب صالح في موسم الهجرة للشمال (لو قلت لجدي أن الثورات تصنع بإسمه ، والحكومات تقوم وتقعد من أجله لضحك . الفكرة تبدو شاذة فعلا )هذا الشعب البسيط لطالما كان هاجسا كبيرا لكل الحكومات سواءا شمولية إستبدادية , أوليجاركية أو ديموقراطية كلها ح [...]

    16. As with most French thinkers/ writers, there is a vagueness and a freedom in the writing which is both maddening and brilliant. The poetic register utilized here is usually successful in its communicating of the freedom I feel Ranciere is interested in explaining and discussing. This same register also falls down on occasion and fails to encode the meaning or the freedom but seems rather to merely confuse or dance around aimlessly. I would say there is no way around this problem. If an author is [...]

    17. "Democracy is as bare in its relation to the power of wealth as it is to the power of kinship that today comes to assist and to rival it. It is not based on any nature of things nor guaranteed by any institutional form. It is not borne along by any historical necessity and does not bear any. It is only entrusted to the constancy of its specific acts. This can provoke fear, and so hatred, among those who are used to exercising the magisterium of thought. But among those who know how to share with [...]

    18. One of the best books written about the criticism of democracy not only as ruling system but also as a political philosophy that governs its true intentions and mechanisms. It reviews the beginnings of democracy since the roman empire, the historic background of the foundation of "politics" and the "political individual" then gives its reasons for hating such so called system.

    19. This is a good overview/summation of the other Rancière books I've read, so much that it's probably one of the best places to start with reading him. A small part of what he discusses here seems particular to France, but he's so incisive that it's more than worth reading for anyone interested in unpacking the different things that masquerade or perform under the name of democracy.

    20. Rancière fills in the gaps left by Schmitt in considering democracy's direction, describes its problems with remarkable acuity, but fails on the last page to present a believable solution to the countless woes of such a broken concept. Regardless, as a read this is an absolute must! Highly recommended.

    21. " ان الديمقراطية لا تصلح لمجتمع جاهل،لأن أغلبية من الحمير ستحدد مصيرك"- جورج برنارد شو كتاب تكثر فيه المصطلحات الفلسفية الصعبة المُعرّبة ، كانت السبب في اثارة بعض الغموض لدي وعدم فهم الافكار بوضوح. لكن رسالة الكتاب بصورة عامة تحاكي الواقع و تشرح ابعاد تطبيق الديمقراطية في ال [...]

    22. يبدو أن الكتاب يتناول موضوعًا مهمًا ولكن المترجم أحمد حسان بسوء ترجمته -هداه الله- لم يجعلنا نفهم ماهو مكتوب

    23. نقد متماسك لكارهي الديمقراطية و دراويشها و لولا الابهام احيانا و الاختزال احيانا اخرى لاستحق اكثر من ثلاث نجمات.

    24. An academic blabber on the meaning of democracy, takes a trip from Aristotle's republic to today's order of things. It explains how democracy is set up to constantly churn the masses into elites and how this very function may be its undoing. It also wanders into other people's peculiar theories on the Jewish Holocaust and into a sort of conspiracy theory on how the EU evolves into an organism controlled by the rich in order to rule the world unencumbered by politics (this one is Jacques' own).Th [...]

    25. Ik heb dit boek samen gelezen met een groep mensen onder leiding van een filosofie-docent. Hij heeft vijf halve dagen nodig gehad om ons te helpen om dit boek van 97 pagina's te doorworstelen. 't Is er dus één van: don't try this at home. Ik heb soms gedacht: waar ben ik eigenlijk mee bezig? Is dit intellectuele krachtpatserij en dus boksen boven mijn gewichtsklasse? Maar naar het einde toe kwam ik wel tot zeer interessante nieuwe inzichten.Vier sterren voor inhoud, 2 voor de weinig behulpzame [...]

    26. Overall a very decent overview of the problems politically today. It glances over far too much however to provide any decent justification for the reasons why things are the way they are. A poorly versed reader would find the book far too extreme and lacking in explanatory detail. A big textual problem is where he introduces the Jewish question. This portion seems especially confused, and is sloppily introduced, then later written off.3/5 stars

    27. Lately I have been very lucky to pick up books that I like. :)"Democracy is not a type of constitution, nor a form of society. The power of the people is not that of a people gathered together, of the majority, or of the working class. It is simply the power peculiar to those who have no more entitlements to govern than to submit () this title can be nothing but the absence of title, that the government of societies cannot but the rest in the last resort on its own contingency".These are only th [...]

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