Author profile: Davide Orsi

Davide Orsi (Ph.D. in Politics and International Relations from Cardiff University, 2015) is Editor-at-Large and Deputy Articles Editor at E-IR. His first book Michael Oakeshott’s Political Philosophy of International Relations: Civil Association and International Society (Palgrave, 2016) explores the historical and normative dimension of international society by relating Oakeshott’s philosophy of civil association to English School theories of international relations. He has published work in journals including the Journal of International Political Theory, Filosofia Politica, Intersezioni, Collingwood and British Idealism Studies, the European Legacy, and the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. He is co-editor of Realism in Practice: An Appraisal and editor of The Clash of Civilizations. Twenty-Five Years On, both published by E-International Relations in 2018.

Review – Kant’s International relations

Davide Orsi • Aug 31 2018 • Features
Molloy argues that Kant's writings on international politics must be understood in relation to Kant's broader philosophy which is something that devotees have neglected.

The ‘Clash of Civilizations’ and Realism in International Political Thought

Davide Orsi • Apr 15 2018 • Articles
Even though Huntington was critical of some of the assumptions of structural realism on the sources of conflict and on the role of states, he shared with the realists some important ideas.

Advance Preview: The ‘Clash of Civilizations’ 25 Years On

Davide Orsi • Apr 5 2018 • Articles
This book examines the validity of Huntington's thesis for the understanding of international affairs and international law in contemporary world politics and discusses its relevance in the public debate.

Review – Reconstructing Human Rights

Davide Orsi • Nov 26 2017 • Features
This remarkable and innovative book offers an original understanding of human rights and contributes to the reflection on the nature and role of political theory.

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

Davide Orsi • Jan 13 2017 • Features
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.

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