The work of Frank Ankersmit on representation and democracy is surprisingly little known even among academics working in political theory. At the end of the. Inspiration for a serious consideration of the impact of political style and taste is initially drawn from Frank Ankersmit’s articulation of an ‘aesthetic’ conception of. Aesthetic Politics Political Philosophy Beyond Fact and Value. F. R. Ankersmit. ( ). Abstract, This article has no associated abstract. (fix it). Keywords.
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Media and the Restyling of Politics: Consumerism, Celebrity and Cynicism. Aesthetic Poliics and Political Style: Aesthetic representation and political style: Consumerism, celebrity and cynicism pp.
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Looks like you do not have access to this content. Click here for free trial login. Chapters Chapter 2 Democracy’s Inner Voice: The Re-Styling of Politics Chapter 2: Mediated Persona and Political Culture Politlcs 5: Political Style and Popular Culture Chapter 6: Articulating Soap, Politics and Gender Chapter 7: Towards a New Marketing of Politics?
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