West – but equally of the rejection of democratic
imperatives. Such enactments are mapped in terms of their distinct
hetero-temporal articulations and socio-spatial expressions,
characteristic of modernity as a globalphenomenon. 57
Unsurprisingly, incisive discussions in historical
anthropology and critical ethnography have pointed toward the need for
careful considerations of modernity and modern
democracy is intrinsically impossible.
Perhaps these comments reflect a misunderstanding of
Bauböck's project. What is the nature and purpose of this discussion in section 2.1 ?
Let's approach this from another perspective. Why might people
think that some sort of global democracy would be a good idea, perhaps even
something required as a matter of justice from an ideal perspective? Climate
change is one obvious reason. Here is a globalphenomenon