On Rules, Politics And Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations, and Domestic Affairs by Rodney Bruce HallOn Rules, Politics And Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations, and Domestic Affairs by Rodney Bruce Hall

On Rules, Politics And Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations, and Domestic…

byRodney Bruce Hall, Nicholas OnufEditorOliver Kessler

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Interrogates and extends Friedrich Kratochwil's pathbreaking work on knowledge, normative phenomena, and political practice in international relations. Contributors reflect on the ways in which normative phenomena, politics, and knowledge claims are linked in practice.
 
OLIVER KESSLER is Acting Professor of International Politica Theory, Luwig-Mazmillians University, Germany. He is the author of Die Internationale Politische Ökonomie des Risikos: am Beispiel der Asienkrise (2008), SME Policy in Europe and the Political Economy of Risk (with Charles Dannreuther, 2010) and many journal articles.   RODN...
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Title:On Rules, Politics And Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations, and Domestic…Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:October 13, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230246044

ISBN - 13:9780230246041

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Table of Contents

Foreword; R.Falk
Introduction; The Editors
PART I: THINKING WITH KRATOCHWIL: SPEECH, REASON, AND KNOWLEDGE
De Gustibus (valoribus) est Disputandum: Contra Realpolitik without Politics, Theory without Reflexivity, Science without Judgment; S.Guzzini
From Logic to Logics: The Relationship of Particular Cases to General Patterns in Social Life; J.W.Davis
Game Theory and Reciprocity: Toward a Social Perspective; D.W.Larson
'Trust me, I promise!': Kratochwil's Contributions towards the Explanation of the Structure of Normative Social Relations; R.B.Hall
What Do We Mean When We Say that Substance Matters?; J.Friedrichs
On Norms, Communication and the Problem of Practice; O.Kessler
Social Science: Social or Scientific Project; R.N.Lebow
PART II: ARGUING WITH KRATOCHWIL: RULES, NORMS, AND ETHICS
Rules in Practice; N.Onuf
The Aesthetics of Power: Constructivist Historicism versus Thucydides; M.Loriaux
Don't Reify Agency: International Law and Moral Action in an NGO World; C.Lynch
Cynical Rascals or Conscientious Objectors? Interpreting Noncompliance with International Norms; M.Bukovansky
Rules, Norms, Revisions?; N.J.Rengger
PART III: BUILDING ON KRATOCHWIL: PERSUASION, ORDER, CHANGE
The Quest for Persuasion: Habermasian Thought and the New German Idealism in International Relations; J.Steffek 
Normative Baggage in International Encounters: Contestation All the Way; A.Wiener
Rules and Norms in a Post-Western World; C.Brown
Understanding Change in International Politics, Again and Again and Again; R.Koslowski
The 'Inter' According to Fritz: Rethinking IR's Proverbial Toolbox; M.Albert & Y.Lapid
Friedrich Kratochwil's Published Work, 1971-2009