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Normative Theory in International Relations : A Pragmatic Approach.

By: Series: Cambridge Studies in International RelationsPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (321 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511149344
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Normative Theory in International Relations : A Pragmatic ApproachDDC classification:
  • 327.101
LOC classification:
  • JZ1306 .C63 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- Chapter outline -- Introduction -- The case for normative IR theory -- The cosmopolitan/communitarian debate in normative IR theory -- A sketch of the argument -- Part I Evaluating the impasse -- 1 Cosmopolitanism: Rawlsian approaches to international distributive justice -- Introduction -- Early Rawls, Beitz and an international theory of justice -- The later Rawls and his influence on cosmopolitan thinking on justice -- From the Kantian to the political: movements in the later work of Rawls -- The Kantian phase -- The political leap -- From the Kantian to the political in international distributive justice -- Charles Beitz -- Thomas Pogge -- A cosmopolitan position on international distributive justice: an assessment -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Concluding remarks -- 2 Communitarianism: Michael Walzer and international justice -- Introduction -- Walzer and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- Universalism versus particularism -- A minimalist morality for international relations -- A communitarian position on international justice: an assessment -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Concluding remarks -- 3 Beyond the impasse? Hegelian method in the cosmopolitanism of Andrew Linklater and the communitarianism of Mervyn Frost -- Introduction -- Bridging the cosmopolitan/communitarian divide? The international political theory of Frost and Linklater -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular.
Bridging the cosmopolitan/communitarian divide? The potential within Hegelian method -- The ethic that results from the international political theory of Frost and Linklater: an assessment -- CONCLUDING REMARKS TO PART I -- Part II Confronting the impasse -- 4 Poststructuralist antifoundationalism, ethics and normative IR theory -- Introduction -- Cutting the moorings of international relations theory/practice -- Closure in world politics -- The crisis of modern sovereignties -- A 'politics of resistance' -- Similar closure? The cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Beyond the impasse of the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate? An antifoundational or non-universalizable poststructuralist… -- The ethics that results -- Poststructuralist international ethics: an assessment -- Concluding remarks -- 5 Neo-pragmatist antifoundationalism, ethics, and normative IR theory -- Rorty, beastly foundationalists and the hope of liberal irony -- The liberal ironist and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the self -- The moral standing of states -- Universal versus the particular -- Ethics, liberal irony and international relations -- CONCLUDING REMARKS TO PART II -- Part III International ethics as pragmatic critique -- 6 International ethics as pragmatic critique: a pragmatic synthesis of the work of John Dewey and Richard Rorty -- Pragmatist thinking and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate: Dewey and Rorty -- Dewey: a role for philosophy and pragmatist method -- Rorty: pragmatism without method, without a particular role for philosophy -- The need for a pragmatist synthesis: the problem of authentic critique in Dewey and Rorty -- A pragmatic synthesis: the ethic that results from pragmatic critique.
Synthesis towards a more thorough-going antifoundationalism -- Synthesis towards a more politically engaged notion of ethics as pragmatic critique -- International ethics as pragmatic critique -- 7 Facilitating moral inclusion: feminism and pragmatic critique -- Introduction -- Articulating feminist ethical/political concerns -- Feminism and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- Feminism and pragmatism: good partners? -- Rorty's feminism -- Feminists respond to Rorty -- Feminism and pragmatic critique -- 8 From moral imagination to international public spheres: the political and institutional implications of pragmatic critique -- Introduction -- The normative structure of pragmatic critique -- Moral imagination at work: discursive possibilities for expanding moral inclusion -- Moral imagination at work: public spheres and the institutional possibilities for expanding moral inclusion -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.
Summary: An account of the development of normative theory in international relations over the past two decades.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- Chapter outline -- Introduction -- The case for normative IR theory -- The cosmopolitan/communitarian debate in normative IR theory -- A sketch of the argument -- Part I Evaluating the impasse -- 1 Cosmopolitanism: Rawlsian approaches to international distributive justice -- Introduction -- Early Rawls, Beitz and an international theory of justice -- The later Rawls and his influence on cosmopolitan thinking on justice -- From the Kantian to the political: movements in the later work of Rawls -- The Kantian phase -- The political leap -- From the Kantian to the political in international distributive justice -- Charles Beitz -- Thomas Pogge -- A cosmopolitan position on international distributive justice: an assessment -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Concluding remarks -- 2 Communitarianism: Michael Walzer and international justice -- Introduction -- Walzer and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- Universalism versus particularism -- A minimalist morality for international relations -- A communitarian position on international justice: an assessment -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Concluding remarks -- 3 Beyond the impasse? Hegelian method in the cosmopolitanism of Andrew Linklater and the communitarianism of Mervyn Frost -- Introduction -- Bridging the cosmopolitan/communitarian divide? The international political theory of Frost and Linklater -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular.

Bridging the cosmopolitan/communitarian divide? The potential within Hegelian method -- The ethic that results from the international political theory of Frost and Linklater: an assessment -- CONCLUDING REMARKS TO PART I -- Part II Confronting the impasse -- 4 Poststructuralist antifoundationalism, ethics and normative IR theory -- Introduction -- Cutting the moorings of international relations theory/practice -- Closure in world politics -- The crisis of modern sovereignties -- A 'politics of resistance' -- Similar closure? The cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the person -- The moral standing of states -- The universal versus the particular -- Beyond the impasse of the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate? An antifoundational or non-universalizable poststructuralist… -- The ethics that results -- Poststructuralist international ethics: an assessment -- Concluding remarks -- 5 Neo-pragmatist antifoundationalism, ethics, and normative IR theory -- Rorty, beastly foundationalists and the hope of liberal irony -- The liberal ironist and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- A concept of the self -- The moral standing of states -- Universal versus the particular -- Ethics, liberal irony and international relations -- CONCLUDING REMARKS TO PART II -- Part III International ethics as pragmatic critique -- 6 International ethics as pragmatic critique: a pragmatic synthesis of the work of John Dewey and Richard Rorty -- Pragmatist thinking and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate: Dewey and Rorty -- Dewey: a role for philosophy and pragmatist method -- Rorty: pragmatism without method, without a particular role for philosophy -- The need for a pragmatist synthesis: the problem of authentic critique in Dewey and Rorty -- A pragmatic synthesis: the ethic that results from pragmatic critique.

Synthesis towards a more thorough-going antifoundationalism -- Synthesis towards a more politically engaged notion of ethics as pragmatic critique -- International ethics as pragmatic critique -- 7 Facilitating moral inclusion: feminism and pragmatic critique -- Introduction -- Articulating feminist ethical/political concerns -- Feminism and the cosmopolitan/communitarian debate -- Feminism and pragmatism: good partners? -- Rorty's feminism -- Feminists respond to Rorty -- Feminism and pragmatic critique -- 8 From moral imagination to international public spheres: the political and institutional implications of pragmatic critique -- Introduction -- The normative structure of pragmatic critique -- Moral imagination at work: discursive possibilities for expanding moral inclusion -- Moral imagination at work: public spheres and the institutional possibilities for expanding moral inclusion -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.

An account of the development of normative theory in international relations over the past two decades.

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