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Ethics in World Politics

POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Judith Butler, Marxist Feminism, Post Bellum

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Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Neoconservatism, Neoliberalism, World Trade Organization

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Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture 10: POLI 373 - Critical Theory Lecture.docx

POLI 373 – Critical Theory Critical Theory All theory constitutes the world it claims only to depict All theory is therefore partial and with bias Multiple kinds of theoretical interests, each with their own particular f...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Midterm: POLI 373 - Midterm Review.docx

POLI 373 – Midterm Review Characteristics of Wilsonian Idealism Optimism Belief in progress ▯ movement along a preset historical trajectory towards a given (universally peaceful)  ...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture 10: POLI 373 - Marxism Lecture.docx

POLI 373 Karl Marx (1818­1883) Similar to Kant and Hegel in that he is a believer in history Marx liked the dialectical movement that Hegel outlined, but thought that Hegel had it wrong History is not driven by the contr...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Chapter 8: POLI 373 - Morgenthau Reading.docx

Six Principles of Political Realism – Hans Morgenthau 1. Politics, like society in general, are governed by objective laws that have their roots in human nature. Realism believes in the possibility of developing a rational...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture 7: POLI 373 - Lecture 7.docx

Thucydides and Realism E.H. Carr  Wrote “The Twenty Years Crisis” in 1939 about how liberalism had failed If you want to understand IR, you have to understand that both liberalism (or idealism/utopianism) and  realism are ...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Egotism, Unilateralism, Neoconservatism

Ethics and RealismFascism and the Rise of Power PoliticsFascism as a new form of politicsMade possible in part by the punitive nature of the Treaty of Versailles**A number of smaller wars before WWII 1931 Japan invades Man...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Chapter .: POLI 464 - Violence & Social Repair.docx

Laurel E. Fletcher & Harvey M. WeinsteinWe use transitional justice to describe the processes by which a state seeks to redress the violations of a prior regimeJustice in the form of criminal trials is often advocatedChara...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Chapter 19: POLI 373 - Carr Reading.docx

The Twenty Years Crisis – E.H. Carr No political society can exist unless people submit to certain rules of conduct, and the problem of why  people should submit to such rules is the fundamental problem of political philos...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture 5: POLI 373 - Lecture 5.docx

LiberalismIdealism02042015Part of what IR does is to examine itself as a disciplineA variety of stages in the discipline can be identified realismidealism classicismscientism neorealistneoidealist (aka structuralistinstitu...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Realpolitik

International RelationsThe Rise of IR as a DisciplineMuch of the blame for the outbreak of war was placed at the feet of the particular style of power politics, realpolitik, that had dominated through the 19th century Otto...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Meta-Ethics

Basic Ethical FrameworksInternational Relations as a DisciplineWhat is it the study of how states interact with each otherWhere does it come from post world war 1 in 1919 at a university in Wales by E.H. Carr; grew out of ...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson
POLI 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cosmopolitanism

CosmopolitanismAristotle: man is a political animalNote the inherent tensionThe animal is often taken to be ruthlessly independent, selfsufficient and purely selfinterestedPolitical life requires commonality, a dependence ...

Political Science
POLI 373
Christopher Erickson

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