International origins of social and political theory /

This special issue is animated by the necessary entanglement of theory and history, the cortical relationship between theory and practice, and the transboundary relations that help to constitute systems of thought and practice.

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Edition:First edition.
Imprint:Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017.
Description:1 online resource
Language:English
Series:Political power and social theory ; volume 32
Political power and social theory ; v. 32.
Subject:Sociology.
Social sciences -- Philosophy.
Political science -- Philosophy.
Social theory.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Regional Studies.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Sociology -- General.
Political science -- Philosophy.
Social sciences -- Philosophy.
Sociology.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11676866
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Other authors / contributors:Barkawi, Tarak, editor.
Lawson, George, 1972- editor.
ISBN:9781787142664
1787142663
1787142671
9781787142671
9781787147249
178714724X
9781787142671
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 12, 2017).
Summary:This special issue is animated by the necessary entanglement of theory and history, the cortical relationship between theory and practice, and the transboundary relations that help to constitute systems of thought and practice.
Other form:Print version : 9781787142671
Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; International Origins of Social and Political Theory; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Senior Editorial Board; Student Editorial Board; Editorial Statement; Series Editor's Introduction; The International Origins of Social and Political Theory; Introduction; History/Theory; Why This Matters; References; The Imperial Origins of Social and Political Thought; Introduction; Bridging the Gap between History and IR; Theorizing the History/Theory Divide; Historicizing the History/Theory Divide; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References.
  • The International Origins of Hannah Arendt's Historical MethodIntroduction; "Thought Itself Is Historic"; "Analysis in Terms of History"; "The Key Words of Modern Historiography"; History for a "Being Whose Essence Is Beginning"; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; What Kind of Theory is The Labor Theory of Value? Marx as Genealogist in Zur Kritik; Capitalism and Value; Marx as Genealogist; The Genealogy of Capitalist Value; The "Form of Value" under Capitalism; Labor, Value, and Stories Capitalism Tells; Notes; References.
  • "These Days of Shoah": History, Habitus, and Realpolitik in Jewish Palestine, 1942-1943Introduction; "These Days of Shoah": The Past as Prologue; Historical Reinterpretation as Strategic Imperative; Meinecke's "German Catastrophe": From Ranke to Burckhardt; Concluding Thoughts: History between Theory and Practice; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Late-Victorian Worlds: Alfred Marshall on Competition, Character, and Anglo-Saxon Civilization; Introduction; Late-Victorian Empire, Greater Britain, and the Missing Economists; Marshall's Economics as Civilizational/Racial Science.
  • The Biological Analogy, Competition, and CharacterIndustrial/Civilizational Advance and English Leadership; Great Anglosaxondom and Preserving the Empire; Final Reflections; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Epistemic Ruptures: History, Practice, and the Anticolonial Imagination; Introduction; Transboundary Experiences: Frantz Fanon; Experiences in Colonial Struggle; Breaking with Knowledge Structures through Practice; Practice against History; Transboundary Experiences: Stuart Hall; Diasporic Insights; Identification and the Making of the Subject; Ideology, Conjunctures, and Ruptures.
  • ConclusionNotes; References; Empire and Violence: Continuity in the Age of Revolution; Introduction; Reading Practice as Theory; A Revolutionary Moment; Constitutional Thought and Political Experiments; The Continuity of Empire; Notes; References; Superfluous Injury and Unnecessary Suffering: National Liberation and the Laws of War; Introduction; History of the Concept; National Liberation Movements; Diplomatic Conferences; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; The Sovereign Society: Historical Rupture and the Emergence of the "Domestic" in 17th Century Europe and East Asia.