When Stanley Hoffmann characterized International Relations (IR) as an world power in search of a broader intellectual grounding of its new-found role.
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It argues that although the search for criteria that may be used to judge the legitimacy and efficacy of humanitarian intervention may be a futile one, it is possible to think about a politics of legitimate humanitarian intervention. Such a politics may be based on three key insights drawn from pragmatism: The article discusses how such a pragmatic solidarism may be used to interrogate the quest for legitimising criteria and to build a new politics of humanitarian intervention. How to Make a Social Science Practical: Pragmatism and critical theory share a practical and pluralist orientation to social inquiry.
On this account, social inquiry is practical not simply by being instrumentally useful but by being oriented toward the realisation of normative ideals, most especially those of democracy. Central to such an enterprise is the relationship between social facts and norms, where facts are understood in the Deweyean sense of a 'problematic situation' that contains factors that both inhibit and enable the realisation of normative ideals. Social facts in this sense can best be analysed by 'multiperspectival theories' that take into account all the dimensions of the problem as well as the perspectives of all relevant actors.
When understood as practical social inquiry, a multiperspectival International Relations theory could contribute to the task of realising new democratic possibilities, especially now given the 'fact' of uneven globalisation. The appeal of positivism within International Relations IR hinges on the belief that it represents the application of science to the study of world politics.
This article presents Deweyan pragmatism as an alternative, and better, way of employing scientific method in IR. John Dewey's unique formulations of key scientific concepts like 'objectivity', 'explanation' and 'experimentation' led him to an understanding of social enquiry that retains many of the virtues of scientific method while anticipating and incorporating the epistemological concerns that currently animate post-positivist work in and beyond IR.
Pragmatism's Boundaries Matthew Festenstein. The core, and arguably constitutive, problem confronted by an international political theory is that of the status of borders. This paper argues that pragmatism possesses useful resources for thinking about this issue, if understood in the right way.
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I begin by positing pragmatism as defined by four core commitments: The paper then examines four ways of endowing these basic commitments with more determinate political content: The article rounds off by outlining a well hedged defence of this last perspective, as both normatively attractive and capable of addressing some of the problems posed by boundaries. Haas ; Ernst B. This article provides a pragmatic constructivist approach for progressing study in International Relations IR that sidesteps the ontological differences between major IR approaches, and that is capable of influencing practices in international relations.
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In particular, it looks at how international institutions can be studied and the possible consequences of how they are studied. While institutions are at times, as realists and neoliberal institutionalists contend, merely the artefacts of strategically and rationally motivated state actors, they are viewed differently by pragmatic constructivists. Institutions may, at times, be wilful actors on their own, but are also the venue in which reflexive new practices and policies develop. Pragmatic constructivism provides the explanatory lens through which this may be understood, as well as the methodological guidelines by which such a process may be pursued.
On the Historical Imagination of International Relations: This publication records the impression of nongovernmental businesses at the upward push of the sustainable improvement circulate in overseas politics. It provides to the physique of scholarly examine on non-governmental firms, by way of reading their political impact through the first 20 years of foreign environmental politics - from the Stockholm convention at the Human setting in to the institution of the area convention on atmosphere and improvement in Drawing at the insights of the comparative capitalism literature, the authors convey that the latter improvement has been a key resource of the escalation of alternate imbalances within the euro sector, that are greatly noticeable as a tremendous reason behind the monetary and financial trouble within the quarter.
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By Harry Bauer,Elisabetta Brighi This number of essays introduces pragmatism to the learn of diplomacy and evaluates its power for the idea and perform of worldwide politics. A field guide to creative syncretism. Theory and Society 38 6: Berling, TV Science and securitization: Objectivation, the authority of the speaker and mobilization of scientific facts. Theory and Society 41 5: Berling, TV Knowledges. Bourdieu in International Relations: Bigo, D Liaison officers in Europe: New officers in the European security field.
Issues in Transnational Policing. Bigo, D Globalized in security: The field and the ban-opticon. Power of practices, practices of power.
International Political Sociology 5 3: Pierre Bourdieu and international studies. Bourdieu, P Outline of a Theory of Practice. Towards a phronetic international political theory? Bueger, C a From expert communities to epistemic arrangements: Situating expertise in International Relations. Concepts from International Relations and Other Disciplines.
Bueger, C b Pathways to practice: Praxiography and international politics.
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European Political Science Review 6 3: Bueger, C, Gadinger, F The play of international practice. International Studies Quarterly 59 3: Bueger, C, Villumsen, T Beyond the gap: Relevance, fields of practice and the securitizing consequences of democratic peace research. Journal of International Relations and Development 10 4: Weaving the theories and practice of International Relations.
Deudney, DH Global village sovereignty: Intergenerational sovereign publics, federal-republican earth constitutions, and planetary identities. The Greening of Sovereignty in World Politics. MIT Press , pp.
Dewey, J The postulate of immediate empiricism. Dewey, J a Public opinion. An Introduction to Social Psychology. Henry Holt and Company. Dewey, J The Public and its Problems. Dewey, J Experience and Nature. Vanderbilt Law Review 53 3: Google Scholar , ISI. Global Policy 2 1: Millennium — Journal of International Studies 39 3: Pluralism as an opportunity for understanding global politics. International Studies Perspectives 16 1: On pragmatism in the study of international relations.
European Journal of International Relations 18 4: Friedrichs, J, Kratochwil, F On acting and knowing: How pragmatism can advance International Relations research and methodology. International Organization 63 4: Guilhot, N The Democracy Makers: Human Rights and International Order. Guzzini, S A reconstruction of constructivism in International Relations.
European Journal of International Relations 6 2: Guzzini, S The concept of power: Millennium — Journal of International Studies 33 3: Guzzini, S The ends of International Relations theory: Stages of reflexivity and modes of theorizing. Three Models of Change in International Organizations. University of California Press. Millennium — Journal of International Studies 31 3: Studies in Political Theory.
Habermas, J Toward a cosmopolitan Europe. Journal of Democracy 14 4: From applied reflexivity to reflexivism. International Studies Review 13 2: Hamati-Ataya, I a Beyond post positivism: