Post Tagged with: "Pluralism"

Symbolic Violence and Post-election USA: A Parable

Symbolic Violence and Post-election USA: A Parable

The extraordinary degree of diversity in the US population can be managed with narratives and terms of discourse that lead to discontent and upheaval, or to pluralism.

Review – Ethics, Diversity and World Politics: Saving Pluralism From Itself

Review – Ethics, Diversity and World Politics: Saving Pluralism From Itself

John Williams provides essential insights for anyone with interest in ethical pluralism in contemporary politics, and sets the agenda for future research in this field.

Pluralism and International Society

Pluralism and International Society

One of the distinguishing characteristics of international society is its attention to a plurality of states operating within a mutually recognised society.

Pluralism, the English School and the Challenge of Normative Theory

Pluralism, the English School and the Challenge of Normative Theory

English School pluralism does not deserve its current reputation as a statist, conservative and declining facet of the English School project.

Assessing State and Religious Institutions: A Comment from the Case of Angola

Assessing State and Religious Institutions: A Comment from the Case of Angola

Angola has become in recent years an interesting case study through which one might consider the complexities of the geopolitics of faith in the twenty-first century.

Review – International Relations Theory: Failure or Promise?

Review – International Relations Theory: Failure or Promise?

“Special Issue of The End of International Relations Theory?” in the EJIR underpins the core idea that a redefinition of IR’s conceptual tools and frameworks is needed.

The English School as Global Crossroads: From Methodological Eclecticism to Cultural Pluralism

The English School as Global Crossroads: From Methodological Eclecticism to Cultural Pluralism

The English School exists where positivists and post-positivists often fear to tread: at the intersections between power, law and idea(l)s, order and justice, humanity and community, history and the present.

Phronesis and Foreign Policy in Theory and Practice

Phronesis and Foreign Policy in Theory and Practice

Phronēsis is not of the academy, but of the political world. The key question, is not how IR scholars can “produce” phronēsis but how we can—alongside other international political knowledge producers—help foster it.

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