World Politics: Rationalism and Beyond
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||This book provides an overview of the entire discipline of world affairs in a way that makes immediate sense. It is also a critique of the limits that rationalism sets on how we know world affairs, showing how we might transcend these limits by augmenting rationalist research with non-rationalist techniques. It should appeal to anyone interested in why analysts so often seem to explain world affairs inaccurately and misunderstand what these affairs mean.|
|Keywords||International relations Philosophy International relations Methodology International relations Study and teaching|
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|Call number||JZ1242.P48 2001|
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