Current Issue

2021 (43) Issue 2
Focus: Post-truth and Democracy

Post-truth and Democracy
  • Sophia Rosenfeld: Are we Really Past Truth? A Historian’s Perspective
  • Joseph Heath: Post-deliberative Democracy
  • Bruce Kuklick: Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Twenty-First Century (Open Access)
  • Sharon Rider: Fitting and Fudging: On the Folly of Trying to Define Post-truth
  • Steve Fuller: Democracy Naturalized: In Search of the Individual in the Post-truth Condition (Open Access)
  • William T. Lynch: Behind the Screens: Post-truth, Populism, and the Circulation of Elites
  • Steve Fuller: Symmetry as a Guide to Post-truth Times: A Response to Lynch (Open Access)
General Part
  • Nick Cowen* and Vincent Geloso: Capital, Ideology, and the Liberal Order

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Open Access
Analyse & Kritik practices a special open-access policy. Out of every single issue one article is being put to open use from the time of publication. Otherwise all articles are open to download after two years of publication. All articles ever are to be found in the archive for open use.


Bruce Kuklick
Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Twenty-First Century
Publishing year: 2021
Volume: 43, Number: 2, Page: 309-329
Steve Fuller
Democracy Naturalized: In Search of the Individual in the Post-truth Condition
Publishing year: 2021
Volume: 43, Number: 2, Page: 351-366
Steve Fuller
Symmetry as a Guide to Post-truth Times: A Response to Lynch
Publishing year: 2021
Volume: 43, Number: 2, Page: 395-411
Thomas Piketty
About Capital, Socialism and Ideology
Publishing year: 2021
Volume: 43, Number: 1, Page: 147-168
Luise Görges, and Daniele Nosenzo
Measuring Social Norms in Economics: Why It Is Important and How It Is Done
Publishing year: 2020
Volume: 42, Number: 2, Page: 285-311
Alexander Vostroknutov
Social Norms in Experimental Economics: Towards a Unified Theory of Normative Decision Making
Publishing year: 2020
Volume: 42, Number: 1, Page: 3-39
Michael Hüther and Matthias Diermeier
Perception and Reality—Economic Inequality as a Driver of Populism?
Publishing year: 2019
Volume: 41, Number: 2, Page: 337-357

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ANALYSE & KRITIK is devoted to the fundamental issues of empirical and normative social theory.
ANALYSE & KRITIK is directed at social scientists and social philosophers who combine commitment to political and moral enlightenment with argumentative rigour and conceptual clarity.
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  • Universität Düsseldorf
    Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut
    Universitätsstr. 1
    D-40225 Düsseldorf