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Aislinn O'Donnell

coercively uniform set of ideologically driven values ( Rivers, 2018 ) and an intolerant, even illiberal, liberalism. Indeed, the nature of democracy is such that it requires the endless vital agonism of the political sphere to renew it and keep it alive. Coming to understand these values and priorities in a multiplicity of ways shapes the democratic experience, exemplifying the pluralism of the human condition and giving space for the ongoing contestation of what Jacques Rancière (2004) calls ‘the part that has no part’ that struggles to visibility and audibility. In

in Encountering extremism