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Rousseau's Ghost
Rousseau's Ghost (September 1998)
A Novel
Terence Ball - Author

ROUSSEAU'S GHOST
A Novel
Terence Ball

Set primarily in Paris and Oxford, this fast-paced mystery novel links a long-missing manuscript from a famous eighteenth-century philosopher with a dark secret to a late twentieth-century murder of a prominent Princeton professor.

"Synthesizing echoes of Poe and state-of-the-art Internet issues, an unlikely plot achieves a tone of lucid, camp humanity in the fict...(Read More)
 
 
Idioms of Inquiry
Idioms of Inquiry (July 1987)
Critique and Renewal in Political Science
Terence Ball - Editor

Idioms of Inquiry reflects the most recent and creative thinking in the field of political theory. The contributors agree that the old orthodox political theory is no longer viable, arguing instead for a pluralism of approaches. Each takes a particular idiom of inquiry on its own terms and analyzes its plausibility and internal limitations. The idioms discussed cover the current leading theories: rational choice, Popperian situational analys...(Read More)
 
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