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Introduction: between the personal and the global Part I. Theoretical Considerations: 1. Hard questions in democratic theory: When justice and democracy conflict 2. Two concepts of universality and the problem of cultural relativism Part II. Democracy and Rights, Personalized and Pluralized: 3. Embodied politics 4. Racism and democracy 5. Cultural identity 6. Conceptualizing women's human rights Part III. Globalizing Democracy in a Human Rights Framework: 7. Evaluating the claims for a global democracy 8. Are human rights and democracy compatible in the context of globalization? 9. The global democratic deficit and economic human rights Part IV. Current Applications: 10. Democratic management and the stakeholder idea 11. Democratic networks: technological and political 12. Terrorism, empathy, and democracy.