"All order is the temporary and precarious articulation of contingent practices"—Chantal Mouffe

"All order is the temporary and precarious articulation of contingent practices. Things could always have been otherwise, and all order is based on the exclusion of other possibilities; it is always the expression of a particular configuration of power relations. What at a given time is considered as the 'natural order', together with the 'common sense' that accompanies it, is always the result of sedimented hegemonic practices; it is never the manifestation of a deeper objectivity external to the practices that make its existence possible."— Chantal Mouffe 



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