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Claude Polin


Claude Polin is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Paris-Sorbonne.

  • The Quintessential Democratic Politician

    By Claude Polin | April 24, 2017
    Any ruler must somehow be subordinate to the nature of the society he rules. But in all societies other than democracies, the rulers have some leeway, precisely because as rulers they set the course that the body of citizens must follow.
  • Trump Election: Democracy Versus Populism

    By Claude Polin | November 14, 2016
    Democracy is just a tool in the hands of a more or less hidden “elite,” organizing disorder so as to monopolize power, while distributing the wealth accumulated by the common man to their would-be electors.

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