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The Art of a Democracy of Emotions There is a long discussion in philosophy about the relationship between reason, emotions and politics. Today the adequate question is not whether, but to what extent and in which sense emotions normatively have to play a role in democracy. My first thesis is that there are three central answers to that question which can be brought down to the nominators 'presentation', 'compensation' and 'transformation'. Within a political context, emotions ask for adoi:10.5117/antw2018.2.fruc fatcat:xlzvzsebzfhn3a5ncwkfzs2n64