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A pragmatist notion of critique as mediation 
Klaus Geiselhart

-wing citizens. West European Politics , 39 , 6 , 1181–204 . Finkelde , D. ( 2013 ) Post-structuralism, in R.L. Fastiggi, ed., New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012–13: Ethics and philosophy . Detroit, MI : Gale , 1245–8 . Foucault , M. ( 1993 ) Die Ordnung des Diskurses . Frankfurt : Fischer . Foucault , M. ( 2007 ) The politics of truth . Los Angeles, CA : Semiotext(e) . Gest , J. , Reny , T. and Mayer , J. ( 2017 ) Roots of the radical right: Nostalgic deprivation in the United States and Britain. Comparative Political Studies . doi

in The power of pragmatism
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Images and narratives on the border
Jopi Nyman
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Johan Schimanski

York : Berghahn , pp. 147–69 . Scott , J.W. ( 2012 ) ‘ European politics of borders, border symbolism and cross-border cooperation ’, in T.M. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds), A Companion to Border Studies. Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell , pp. 83–99 . Simmel , G. ( 1997a ) ‘ Bridge and door ’, trans. M.R.D. Frisby, in D

in Border images, border narratives
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Phil Hubbard

Kent borderscape changed as the county became more integrated within a European spatial imaginary. This imaginary rejected the insular exceptionalism of the island-nation in favour of a road and rail network promoting European integration. According to Ole Jensen and Tim Richardson, the idea that spatial integration would achieve European political harmonisation emerged in the 1980s, becoming an EU priority in the 1990s as a monotopic vision of Europe as a frictionless society gained policy traction. Central to this was the idea of a Trans-European Transport

in Borderland