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Dostoevsky S Political Thought

Author : Richard Avramenko
ISBN : 9780739173770
Genre : Philosophy
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This book explores Dostoevsky as a political thinker from his religious and philosophical foundation to nineteenth-century European politics and how themes that he had examined are still relevant for us today.

The Political And Social Thought Of F M Dostoevsky

Author : Stephen Kirby Carter
ISBN : 9781317673934
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study concentrates on The Devils, but also places this novel in the total context of Dostoevsky’s work. Also considered is the life and work of T.N. Granovsky, who is satirised along with Turgenev in the novel, and thus offers a useful basis on which to delineate the contours of Dostoevsky’s thought. First published in 1991, the book begins from the belief that his "genius embodies much of what is typical of Russian life: his boundless vitality, his extremism, his lack of empiricism and economy. To understand Dostoevsky is therefore somehow to understand Russia." The author concludes that Dostoevsky badly misunderstood Western liberalism, but grappled very well with the psychology of the radical terrorist. This is explained with reference to his intellectual revolution, which is seen as consisting of six stages from his early works of the 1840s.

Volume 14 Kierkegaard S Influence On Social Political Thought

Author : Jon Stewart
ISBN : 9781351875080
Genre : Philosophy
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While scholars have long recognized Kierkegaard's important contributions to fields such as ethics, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, philosophical psychology, and hermeneutics, it was usually thought that he had nothing meaningful to say about society or politics. Kierkegaard has been traditionally characterized as a Christian writer who placed supreme importance on the inward religious life of each individual believer. His radical view seemed to many to undermine any meaningful conception of the community, society or the state. In recent years, however, scholars have begun to correct this image of Kierkegaard as an apolitical thinker. The present volume attempts to document the use of Kierkegaard by later thinkers in the context of social-political thought. It shows how his ideas have been employed by very different kinds of writers and activists with very different political goals and agendas. Many of the articles show that, although Kierkegaard has been criticized for his reactionary views on some social and political questions, he has been appropriated as a source of insight and inspiration by a number of later thinkers with very progressive, indeed, visionary political views.

What Should Political Theory Be Now

Author : John S. Nelson
ISBN : 087395694X
Genre : Political Science
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Confronted with the alienation of political theory from the practice of politics, prominent theorists respond in this book to the growing question: What should political theory be now? New and original contributions by such thinkers as Charles Anderson, John Gunnell, Terence Ball, Paul Kress, Ira Strauber, and William Connolly analyze the current malaise in the field and offer remedies for it. Each contribution is at once an argument about what is to be done in political theory and an exemplar of how to do it. Spurred by the Shambaugh Conference on Political Theory, this cross-disciplinary effort addresses two major issues: What is the proper stance for theorizing about politics? What are the priority projects for current political theory? The contributions encompass many of the major themes concerning political theorists today, including criticism as a project for current political theory, dangers in the latter-day disengagement of political theory from politics, theorists' perplexity within and about history, issues of reason, and the relationships among science, theory, and politics. The viewpoints presented are diverse, yet the contributors to this volume are typical of political theorists generally. Almost all share inklings of actual or incipient disasters reaching from politics into theory and vice versa.

Aufzeichnungen Aus Einem Kellerloch

Author : F. M. Dostojewski
ISBN : 9783959091251
Genre : Fiction
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Dostojewski veröffentlichte seinen Kurzroman 1864, der als eine seiner bedeutendsten psychologischen Leistungen gilt. Im ersten, essayistischen Teil schildert der namenlose Icherzähler, ein in einem Kellergelass lebender ehemaliger Beamter, seine Verachtung für die moderne Gesellschaft, der er Zynismus und Materialismus vorwirft. Zugleich beschreibt er sich selbst als hässlichen, bösartigen und verachtenswerten Menschen und mithin typischen Vertreter eben dieser Moderne. Im zweiten, 16 Jahre früher spielenden Teil schildert der Icherzähler zunächst das Scheitern seiner beruflichen Ambitionen durch sein aggressives Verhalten bei einem Diner befreundeter hoher Beamter sowie seinen zynischen Umgang mit der Prostituierten Lisa, der er erst ihre Rettung in Aussicht stellt, nur um sie dann harsch von sich zu weisen.

The Political Philosophy Of Eric Voegelin And His Followers

Author : David R. Cole
ISBN : UOM:39015078800870
Genre : Philosophy
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This work is the first book-length criticism of the political philosophy of the noted twentieth-century professor and theorist.

Confronting Dostoevsky S Demons

Author : James Goodwin
ISBN : 1433108836
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Although criticized at one time for its highly tendentious spirit, Dostoevsky’s Demons (1871-1872) has proven to be a novel of great polemical vitality. Originally inspired by a minor conspiratorial episode of the late 1860s, well after Dostoevsky’s death (1881) the work continued to earn both acclaim and contempt for its scathing caricature of revolutionists driven by destructive, anarchic aims. The text of Demons assumed new meaning in Russian literary culture following the Bolshevik triumph of 1917, when the reestablishment and expansion of centralized state power inevitably revived interest in the radical populist tendencies of Russia’s past, in particular the anarchist thought of Dostoevsky’s legendary contemporary, Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876). Confronting Dostoevsky’s ‘Demons’ is the first book to explore the life of Dostoevsky’s novel in light of disputes and controversies over Bakunin’s troubling legacy in Russia. Contrary to the traditional view, which assumes the obsolescence of Demons throughout much of the Communist period (1917-1991), this book demonstrates that the potential resurgence of Bakuninist thought actually encouraged reassessments of Dostoevsky’s novel. By exploring the different ideas and critical strategies that motivated opposing interpretations of the novel in post-revolutionary Russia, Confronting Dostoevsky’s ‘Demons’ reveals how the potential resurrection of Bakunin’s anti-authoritarian ethos fostered the return of a politically reactionary novel to the canon of Russian classics.

The Political Science Reviewer

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ISBN : UCAL:B3875063
Genre : Political science
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Reading Dostoevsky

Author : Victor Terras
ISBN : 0299160548
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Admirers have praised Fedor Dostoevsky as the Russian Shakespeare, while his critics have slighted his novels as merely cheap amusements. In this critical introduction to Dostoevsky's fiction, Victor Terras asks readers to draw their own conclusions about the 19th-century Russian writer. Discussing psychological, political, mythical and philosophical approaches, Terras deftly guides readers through the range of diverse and even contradictory interpretations of Dostoevsky's rich novels.

Dostoevsky The Thinker

Author : James Patrick Scanlan
ISBN : 0801439949
Genre : History
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For all his distance from philosophy, Dostoevsky was one of the most philosophical of writers. Drawing on his novels, essays, letters and notebooks, this volume examines Dostoevsky's philosophical thought.

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