VOL. 2, NO. 2, PGS. 9–21


Populism and Democracy
The Representation of the People in Latin America
Susana Villavicencio

Susana Villavicencio is a Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Buenos Aires and Associate Researcher at the Laboratoire d'études et de recherches sur les logiques contemporaines de la philosophie (LLCP) of the University of Paris 8.

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On both sides of the Atlantic we repeatedly hear the word populism, yet this term does not seem to designate a precise political force. On the contrary, if anything characterises populism, it is its ambiguity or the breadth of political phenomena that fall under its denotation. To this ambiguity [...]

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