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Friedrich Engels and Modern Social and Political Theory
Friedrich Engels and Modern Social and Political Theory (December 2019)
Paul Blackledge - Author

 
 
Conflict in Aristotle's Political Philosophy
Conflict in Aristotle's Political Philosophy (November 2019)
Steven Skultety - Author

Offers a careful analysis of how Aristotle understands civil war, partisanship, distrust in government, disagreement, and competition, and explores ways in which these views are relevant to contemporary political theory.

Do only modern thinkers like Machiavelli and Hobbes accept that conflict plays a significant role in the origin and maintenance of political community? In this book, Steven Skultety argues that Aristotle not on...(Read More)
 
 
Confucianism's Prospects
Confucianism's Prospects (August 2019)
A Reassessment
Shaun O'Dwyer - Author

 
 
Thoughtlessness and Decadence in Iran
Thoughtlessness and Decadence in Iran (April 2019)
A Sojourn in Comparative Political Theory
Alireza Shomali - Author

Bridges Western and non-Western political thought to address the problem of democracy and political decadence in contemporary Iran and, by implication, similar Islamic societies.

Political decay in Islamic societies has for the most part been the subject of structural analyses while philosophical studies have been rare, often speculative and deterministic. Thoughtlessness and Decadence in Iran explores from a theoretical ...(Read More)
 
 
Remnants of Hegel
Remnants of Hegel (November 2018)
Remains of Ontology, Religion, and Community
Félix Duque - Author
Nicholas Walker - Translator

An original philosophical exploration of the limits of Hegel’s thought.

In the preface to the second edition of the Science of Logic, Hegel speaks of an instinctive and unconscious logic whose forms and determinations “always remain imperceptible and incapable of becoming objective even as they emerge in language.” In spite of Hegel’s ambitions to provide a philosophical system that might transcend...(Read More)
 
 
Partial Truths and Our Common Future
Partial Truths and Our Common Future (September 2018)
A Perspectival Theory of Truth and Value
Donald A. Crosby - Author

Argues that a pluralistic understanding of truth can foster productive conversations about common concerns involving religion, science, ethics, politics, economics, and ecology without falling into relativism.

In this book, Donald A. Crosby defends the idea that all claims to truth are at best partial. Recognizing this, he argues, is a necessary safeguard against arrogance, close-mindedness, and potentially violent reactions to...(Read More)
 
 
Hegel and Right
Hegel and Right (August 2018)
A Study of the Philosophy of Right
Philip J. Kain - Author

An especially accessible introduction to Hegel’s moral and political philosophy.

In this book, Philip J. Kain introduces Hegel’s Philosophy of Right by focusing on disagreements, both with standard interpretations of his work and with Hegel himself. Arguing that Hegel’s justification for punishment ultimately fails, Kain shows how this failure brings into focus the inherent difficulties in justifying pun...(Read More)
 
 
Roberto Esposito
Roberto Esposito (July 2018)
Biopolitics and Philosophy
Inna Viriasova - Editor
Antonio Calcagno - Editor

Analyzes key concepts and arguments in the work of one of Europe’s leading philosophers.

One of Europe’s leading philosophers, Roberto Esposito has produced a considerable body of work that continues to have a significant impact on political science, sociology, literature, and philosophy. This volume offers both a comprehensive introduction to and critical explanation of Esposito’s political thought and key con...(Read More)
 
 
Think Like an Archipelago
Think Like an Archipelago (December 2017)
Paradox in the Work of Edouard Glissant
Michael Wiedorn - Author

A career-spanning assessment of Glissant’s work as a philosophical project.

With a career spanning more than fifty years as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual, Édouard Glissant produced an astonishingly wide range of work, including poems, novels, essays, pamphlets, and theater. In Think Like an Archipelago, Michael Wiedorn offers a fresh interpretation of Glissant’s work as a cohesive and expli...(Read More)
 
 
State Violence and Moral Horror
State Violence and Moral Horror (November 2017)
Jeremy Arnold - Author

Explores the concept of “moral horror” as the experience of living amidst unjustifiable state violence.

Can state violence ever be morally justified? In State Violence and Moral Horror, Jeremy Arnold critically engages a wide variety of arguments, both canonical and contemporary, arguing that there can be no justification. Drawing on the concept of singularity found in the work of French philo...(Read More)
 
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