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Re-examining Political Silence: New Openings for Research and Practice

Re-examining Political Silence: New Openings for Research and Practice

Political silence, whether intentional or unintentional, produces uncertainty, in such a way that entangles the recipient of silence in confusion.

Interview – Judith Suissa

Interview – Judith Suissa

Prof. Judith Suissa talks about philosophy of education, as well as the intersections between politics, parent-child relationships, classical anarchism and globalisation.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: ‘Isms’ Are Evil. All Hail the ‘Isms’!

Student Feature – Theory in Action: ‘Isms’ Are Evil. All Hail the ‘Isms’!

Students of politics can’t dismiss the isms before acquiring an understanding about what they are rejecting.

Politics, Poetry and Ezra Pound

Politics, Poetry and Ezra Pound

One of the many ‘luminous details’ ushering Ezra Pound’s admirers behind a politics borne from grief into balladries of transcendence.

Pagan Spirituality and Politics

Pagan Spirituality and Politics

Spirituality, whether pagan of that of other ecologically-minded religiosities, and populist/competitive politics have an obstacle-strewn and difficult road ahead.

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The Theatre of Politics: Politics as Oscar Broadway

Politics is compared to theatre due to the growing trend of passion play; a trend which is argued does not contribute positively to coexistence or commonality.

Defining Post-truth: Structures, Agents, and Styles

Defining Post-truth: Structures, Agents, and Styles

Factual truth has a limited but indispensable role to play in pluralistic politics, comparable to material environment that both enables and limits democratic debate.

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Fiction, Film & Empiricism: Comparative Politics as Action and Adventure

Works of art in novels, classic travelogues, and film have a strong, evocative power for students of comparative politics.

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Megachurches and the Living Dead: Intersections of Religion & Politics in Korea

The prospect of political change in the North coincides with the potential for religious change in the South, producing a complex and fascinating set of scenarios.

Emotional Amoral Egoism and its Implications for Understanding Conflicts

Emotional Amoral Egoism and its Implications for Understanding Conflicts

For all the complexity of the international system, the neurochemical underpinnings of human nature are significant determinants of action across circumstances.

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