By Carol Gilligan,David A. J. Richards
By Tama Weisman
Although hugely severe of a lot of Arendt’s examining of Marx,Hannah Arendt and Karl Marx advances a persuasive critique of Marx implied yet by no means constructed in Arendt’s Marx venture. Drawing on numerous of Arendt’s extra persuasive criticisms of Marx together along with her assessment of the culture of Western political proposal, Weisman makes a compelling case for the cost that after Marx left philosophy to alter the area, he cleared the path for the lack of our experience of awe and beauty in philosophical, political, and worldly adventure.
By Catherine H. Zuckert
By Alexandra Barahona De Brito,Carmen González Enríquez,Paloma Aguilar
By Richard Ned Lebow
By Carina van de Wetering
This ebook uncovers how US-India kinfolk have replaced and intensified through the administrations of invoice Clinton, George Bush Jr., and Barack Obama. in the course of the chilly conflict, US-India family members have been frequently far away and risky as India ordinarily acquired cognizance now and then of grave foreign crises, yet from the overdue Nineteen Nineties onwards, the U.S. confirmed a extra sustained curiosity in India. How was once this shift attainable? whereas prior scholarship has desirous about the civilian nuclear deal as a turning element, this booklet offers another account for this modification by way of examining how India’s id has been developed in numerous phrases after the chilly struggle. It examines the underlying discourse and explains how this allows or constrains US international policymakers once they identify defense rules with India and enhance US-India relations.
By Hans-Jörg Sigwart
By Andrey Makarychev,Alexandra Yatsyk
The authors examine Lotman's semiotics in a chain of temporal contexts, beginning with the pressure of Soviet-era ideologies, via to the post-Soviet de-politicization that - mockingly adequate - ended with the copy of Soviet-style hegemonic discourse within the Kremlin and eventually reignited politically divisive conflicts among Russia and Europe. The ebook demonstrates how Lotman's principles go disciplinary limitations and their relevance to many ecu theorists of cultural stories, discourse research and political philosophy. Lotman lived and labored in Estonia, which, even below Soviet rule, maintained its personal borderland id situated on the intersection of Russian and eu cultural flows. The authors argue that during this context Lotman’s theories are fairly revealing in terms of Russian-European interactions and communications, either traditionally and in a extra modern sense.
By Siep Stuurman
By M. Risse