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About Jean De Munck

Jean De Munck is professor at the Catholic University of Louvain. His work focuses on the epistemology of evaluative sociology, specially applied to institutions; on changes to normativity in contemporary societies in the legal and political fields. He has also conducted research on the critical discourse of consumerism and on a sociological account of participation inspired by a discussion of the Capability Approach of Amartya Sen and the communicative turn of Jürgen Habermas.

Articles by Jean De Munck

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

La tentación liberal-populista de los europeos

¿Dónde quedaron las bellas jornadas del euro, las fiestas financieras, las alturas líricas que celebraban las nupcias entre democracia y mercado? 

The dilemma of the European Left

We must, without ceding to the old myths of totalitarianism, restore meaning to the ideal of sovereignty.

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