Political Contingency: Studying the Unexpected, the Accidental, and the Unforseen
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The language of rights is ubiquitous. It shapes the way we construct our debates over issues such as abortion, affirmative action and sexual freedom. This provocative new study challenges the very concept of rights, arguing that they jeopardize our liberty and undermine democratic debate.
By re-conceptualizing our ideas about limited government, it suggests that we can limit the reasons or rationales on which the polity may act. Whereas we once used the language of rights to thwart democratic majorities, Bedi argues that we should now turn our attention to the democratic state's reason for acting. This will permit greater democratic flexibility and discretion while ensuring genuine liberty. Political Thought as History: 1.
Orren Karen and Stephen Skowronek Beyond the Iconography of Order Notes
The history of political thought: a methodological enquiry-- 2. Working on ideas in time-- 3. Verbalizing a political act: towards a politics of speech-- 4.
Political ideas as historical events-- political philosophers as historical actors-- 5. The reconstruction of discourse: towards the historiography of political thought-- 6. The concept of a language and the metier d'historien: some considerations on practice-- 7. Texts as events: reflections on the history of political thought-- 8. Quentin Skinner: the history of politics and the politics of history-- Part II. History as Political Thought: 9.
The origins of study of the past: a comparative approach-- Time, institutions and action: an essay on traditions and their understanding-- The historian as political actor in polity, society and academy-- The politics of history: the subaltern and the subversive-- The politics of historiography. Over the past half century he has created an audience for his work which is truly global, and he has marked the way in which the history of political thought is studied as deeply and personally as any historian of the period.
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The essays in this major new collection are selected from a lifetime of thinking about political thought, and how we should study it in history. What in fact does it mean to write the history of a political society, and what kind of political thought is this? Professor Pocock emphasises both the theory and practice of political thought considered as action in history, and the political theory of historiography considered as a form of political thought. Together these essays constitute a collection that any serious student of politics and intellectual history needs to possess.
Subject Political science.
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