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Review – Ethics and Global Security

Review – Ethics and Global Security

Burke et al. offer refreshingly optimistic thinking on security. Their book is required reading for anyone interested in, and concerned about, our common future.

An Introduction to the English School of International Relations

An Introduction to the English School of International Relations

Due to its pluralistic model, the English School represents a coherent and advantageous method for achieving a broad and complex understanding of international political issues.

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

This Routledge volume provides an excellent overview of how organization theorists are searching for post-communist paradigms to contest the march of neoliberalism.

Review – Constructivism in Practical Philosophy

Review – Constructivism in Practical Philosophy

In political theory, constructivism is probably best known from the work of John Rawls. The twelve essays included in Lenman and Shemmer’s new book show how far this provocative doctrine has been developed in recent years.

The Social Contract Theory in a Global Context

The Social Contract Theory in a Global Context

Today’s philosophers, much like those before them, continually evolve the social contract idea. Despite theoretical difficulties, it persists as political theorists’ most viable tool for conceptualizing the principles of global justice.

Why Political Theory is Still Relevant and How it can Help Us Understand the World of Today

Why Political Theory is Still Relevant and How it can Help Us Understand the World of Today

The principal reason for taking political philosophy seriously is not its possible relevance to contingent events in the world but simply its capacity to open up intellectual space for human beings to do something that’s part and parcel of their humanity, reflecting on what actually defines a fully human existence.

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