La décision de majorité
Majority décisions appear to be natu-ral ways of doing things. Under analysis, this mode of collective choice appears extremely complex ; thus, when the aggregation ofindi-vidual préférences produces the circular situation ftrst described by Condorcet, or when one must evaluate ail the ways in which the varions éléments of a majority décision can be structurée. We must also ask, in the light of political theory, if majority décisions do reflect a collective will capable of translating choices into history.
Comprendre le monde pour le changer
Epistémologie du politiqueUnderstanding the world to change it
How can we establish a science of facts and unique processes for political phenomena, and take measures of social acts as we would for political decisions?
Etudes en l'honneur de Jean LecaBeing Governed
Studies in Honor of Jean Leca
Every person is subjected to a governmental power in varying degrees. But the fact of being governed cannot be analyzed in its generality and complexity if only the recipients of public action are looked at.