International Origins of Social and Political Theory Vol: 32

Tarak Barkawi
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

George Lawson
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787142671
Published:
12 Apr 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
280 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Political Power and Social Theory

Categories:

This special issue is animated by the necessary entanglement of theory and history, the cortical relationship between theory and practice, and the transboundary (i.e. international) relations that help to constitute systems of thought and practice. We make three core arguments: first, all theory is situated knowledge, derived in and through history; second, theory-practice is a single field in which theory arises out of and acts upon historical experience; and third, both social and political theory have international origins -- theory is forged through ongoing encounters between 'here' and 'there', 'home' and 'abroad', and the 'domestic' and the 'foreign'.
The International Origins of Social and Political Theory; Tarak Barkawi and George Lawson  
The Imperial Origins of Social and Political Thought; Beate Jahn 
The International Origins of Hannah Arendt's Historical Method; Patricia Owens 
What Kind of Theory is the Labor Theory of Value? Marx as Genealogist in Zur Kritik; Samuel A. Chambers
"These Days of Shoah": History, Habitus, and Realpolitik in Jewish Palestine, 1942-1943; Daniel J. Levine  
Late-Victorian Worlds: Alfred Marshall on Competition, Character, and Anglo-Saxon Civilization; David L. Blaney
Epistemic Ruptures: History, Practice, and the Anticolonial Imagination; Ricarda Hammer 
Empire and Violence: Continutiy in the Age of Revolution; Jeppe Mulich 
Superfluous Injury and Unnecessary Suffering: National Liberation and the Laws of War; Helen M. Kinsella 
The Sovereign Society: Historical Rupture and the Emergence of the "Domestic" in 17th Century Europe and East Asia; Aleksandra Thurman
Tarak Barkawi and George Lawson, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

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