|Title||The Politics of International Political Theory [electronic resource] : Reflections on the Works of Chris Brown / edited by Mathias Albert, Anthony F. Lang Jr|
|Imprint||Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019|
|Descript||XI, 268 p. online resource|
1. Chapter 1 Introduction: The Politics of International Political Theory by Anthony F Lang, Jr. and Mathias Albert -- 2. Chapter 2 Dogmatic Anti-Dogmatism: Learning from Chris Brown by Colin Wight -- 3. Chapter 3 The Politics of Judgment in International Political Theory by Kimberly Hutchings -- 4. Chapter 4 Practical Judgement: Inconsistent – or Incoherent? by Nicholas Rengger -- 5. Chapter 5 Humanity in International Political Theory: Chris Brown and the Principles, Politics and Practice of Humanitarianism by Henry Radice -- 6. Chapter 6 Between Sovereign Judgment and the International Rule of Law: The Protection of People from Mass Atrocities by Lothar Brock -- 7. Chapter 7 War and the ‘Brotherhood of Hooliganism’ by Ken Booth -- 8. Chapter 8 Emotions and Political Limitations: Working through the Broken Middle with Chris Brown by Brent Steele -- 9. Chapter 9 The Politics of Human Rights by David Owen -- 10. Chapter 10 The Ethics of Brexit by Mervyn Frost -- 11. Chapter 11 Cultural Incomprehension and the Tragic Sense of Life by David Boucher -- 12. Chapter 12 Chris Brown’s liberal conservatism, the process of moral learning and global institutional transformations by Heikki Patomäki -- 13. Chapter 13 In Response by Chris Brown -- 14. Chapter 14 Postscriptum: Chris Brown, and International Political Theory anywhere else but in Bayreuth Mathias Albert and Anthony Lang.
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