Political Realism Freud and Human Nature in International Relations

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  • Author : R. Schuett
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Pages : 237 pages
  • ISBN : 023010908X
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Political Realism Freud and Human Nature in International Relations

Political Realism  Freud  and Human Nature in International Relations
  • Author : R. Schuett
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 24 May 2010
GET THIS BOOK Political Realism Freud and Human Nature in International Relations

This book provides an important reappraisal of the concept of human nature in contemporary realist international-political theory. Developing a Freudian philosophical anthropology for political realism, he argues for the careful resurrection of the concept of human nature in the wider study of international relations.

The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism

The Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism
  • Author : Robert Schuett,Miles Hollingworth
  • Publisher : EUP
  • Release : 13 November 2018
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Political realism is a highly diverse body of international relations theory. This substantial reference work examines political realism in terms of its history, its scientific methodology and its normative role in international affairs. Split into three sections, it covers the 2000-year canon of realism: the different schools of thought, the key thinkers and how it responds to foreign policy challenges faced by individual states and globally. It brings political realism up-to-date by showing where theory has failed to keep up

Realism and Fear in International Relations

Realism and Fear in International Relations
  • Author : Arash Heydarian Pashakhanlou
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 December 2016
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This book examines the fascinating story of how the chief architects of realism (Hans Morgenthau, Kenneth Waltz and John Mearsheimer) dealt with some of the most pressing political issues of our time through the lenses of fear. Pashakhanlou conducts the most comprehensive evaluation of their works to date, compromising of a meticulous analysis of 400 of their publications. As such, this book is an invaluable resource for practitioners, students and concerned citizens that seek to understand how three of the most

Pessimism in International Relations

Pessimism in International Relations
  • Author : Tim Stevens,Nicholas Michelsen
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 June 2019
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This volume explores the past, present and future of pessimism in International Relations. It seeks to differentiate pessimism from cynicism and fatalism and assess its possibilities as a respectable perspective on national and international politics. The book traces the origins of pessimism in political thought from antiquity through to the present day, illuminating its role in key schools of International Relations and in the work of important international political theorists. The authors analyse the resurgence of pessimism in contemporary politics,

International intertextual Relations

International intertextual Relations
  • Author : James Der Derian,Michael J. Shapiro
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1989
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Drawing on the philosophies and intellectual approaches of numerous contemporary social critics (Nietzche, Foucault, Barthes, among others), this collection sheds light on the relationship between international theory and political power. Using such disciplines as geneaology, deconstruction, semiotics, feminist psychoanalytical theory, and intertextualism, these readings address such diverse topics as: sovereignty, terrorism, the psychology of war, nuclear criticism, strategic culture. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Positive Expectations of America s World Role

Positive Expectations of America s World Role
  • Author : Frank C. Klingberg,Frank LeRoy Klingberg
  • Publisher : University Press of Amer
  • Release : 14 June 1996
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This book looks at America's place in history. It displays the realistic idealism evident in American presidents, and apparent throughout American foreign policy and all of its changes. This book also explores the particular cyclical trends which have influenced policymakers and prepared America for its developing world position. The author looks at the faith of American leaders and how the expressions of their faith relate to the challenges of events of the time, and the cycle of America's mood and

Political Questions

Political Questions
  • Author : Larry Arnhart
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 14 June 1993
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The Second Edition incorporates new material relevant to issues in the political debates of today. It is organized around a series of enduring & provocative political questions, & it features the works of twelve philosophers ranging in scope from antiquity to the present.