The nature and forms of hegemony in relation to the meanings, limits and potentials of the concepts of democracy and human rights, such as citizenship, human dignity, and rule of law. The course will present theoretical and practical approaches to facilitate understanding hegemony, its types, and structures. Also to analyzed are the organizational and institutional structures of hegemony, partial and total, at both the international and local level, in order to understand the complexities and dynamics of the effects of hegemony in daily life. The course will also analyze the instruments and technologies which are hegemonically used to engineer daily life at the political, economic and social levels. This will lay the ground for discussing the different roles which democracy, human rights and the rule of law play, both as part of the aforesaid engineering process, and as instrument of resistance.
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