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dc.contributor.authorPalonen, Kari
dc.contributor.authorPulkkinen, Tuija
dc.contributor.authorSaastamoinen, Kari
dc.contributor.authorElomäki, Anna
dc.contributor.authorKorvela, Paul-Erik
dc.contributor.authorLloyd, Moya
dc.contributor.authorBuchstein, Hubertus
dc.contributor.editorPalonen, Kari
dc.contributor.editorPulkkinen, Tuija
dc.contributor.editorSaastamoinen, Kari
dc.contributor.editorElomäki, Anna
dc.contributor.editorKorvela, Paul-Erik
dc.contributor.editorLloyd, Moya
dc.contributor.editorBuchstein, Hubertus
dc.description.abstractRedescriptions vol. 16 discusses the modes of conducting conceptual disputes in Swedish legal philosophy as well as changes in two less discussed concepts, namely conscience and innovation. The ‘new realism’ in contemporary political philosophy, the political thought in the film Avatar and the politics of parliamentary obstruction in late nineteenth and early twentieth century further main topics. Redescriptions is in the middle of a transition process from a yearbook to a journal. This is the last yearbook, the journal with two issues will be published by Manchester University Press beginning with the volume 17, 2014.
dc.description.tableofcontents<ul> <b><li>Contents </li></b> <li>Editorial, Paul-Erik Korvela, 5 </li> <li>Johan Strang, The rhetoric of analytic philosophy. The making of the analytic hegemony in Swedish 20th century philosophy, 11 </li> <li>Esther Abin, Political Realism, Contingency and Philosophy, 39 </li> <li>Annabel Herzog, Representing Political Subjectivity: Cameron’s Avatar and McCarthy’s The Road, 61 </li> <li>Benoît Godin, The Politics of Innovation:The Controversy on Republicanism in Seventeenth Century England, 77 </li> <li>Mika Ojakangas, Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Liberty and Slavery of Conscience in the Context of Christian Political Theology, 106 </li> <li> Henk te Velde, Parliamentary Obstruction and the “Crisis” of European Parliamentary Politics around 1900, 125 </li> <p></p> <b><li>REVIEW ARTICLES </li></b> <li>Peter Stone, A Renaissance for Random Selection?, 148 </li> <li>Olivia Guaraldo, Totalitarianism and the Social Sciences: Revisiting a “Forgotten Debate” , 160 </li> <li>Suvi Soininen, Conversations with Michael Oakeshott – An Interlude to Oakeshott Scholarship A Companion to Michael Oakeshott, 172 </li> <p></p> <b><li>REVIEWS </li></b> <li>Helge Jordheim, Reinhart Koselleck: Vom Sinn und Unsinn der Geschichte 2010, 188 </li> <li>Moya Lloyd, Sara Ahmed, The Promise of Happiness, Durham, Duke University Press, 2009, 200 </li> <li>Emilia Palonen, Michael J. Shapiro: The Time of the City: Politics, Philosophy and Genre, Routledge 2010, 208 </li> <li>Kari Palonen, The Life and Work of Reinhart Koselleck (Niklas Olsen, History in the Plural. An Introduction to the Work of Reinhart Koselleck. New York: Berghahn Press 2012, 338 p.), 215 </li> <li>Tuula Vaarakallio, Ilie, Cornelia (ed.), European Parliaments under Scrutiny. Discourse strategies and interaction practices, 222 </li> <li>Affiliations, 230 </li> </ul>
dc.format.extentVerkkoaineisto (208 sivua).
dc.publisherJyväskylän yliopisto
dc.relation.ispartofseriesYearbook of political thought, conceptual history and feminist theory
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dc.titleRedescriptions : 2012/2013, vol. 16 yearbook of political thought, conceptual history and feminist theory
dc.title.alternativeYearbook of political thought, conceptual history and feminist theory.
dc.relation.numberinseriesvol. 16
dc.rights.copyright© 2013 Authors and the University of Jyväskylä
dc.subject.ysopoliittinen filosofia
dc.subject.ysopoliittinen historia
dc.subject.ysopolitiikan tutkimus

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