Interpretation in political theory / edited by Sean Noah Walsh and Clement Fatovic.
Contributor(s): Walsh, Sean Noah [editor.] | Fatovic, Clement [editor.].New York, NY, USA : Routledge, ©2017Description: xiv, 233 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text ISBN: 9781138201651 (hbk); 9781138201668 (pbk).Subject(s): Political science -- PhilosophyDDC classification: 320.01 In88 Other classification: CAS
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: Interpretation and the Politics of Meaning / Clement Fatovic -- 2. The Interpretive Methodology of Leo Strauss / Craig Ewasiuk -- 3. The Cambridge "School" (or "Mentality") of Interpretation / Daniel I. O'Neill -- 4. Marxian Interpretations of Political Theory: Locating a Tradition / Katherine A. Gordy -- 5. Feminist Interventions into Political Theory: The Power of Supplemental Logic / Mary Caputi -- 6. On the Use of Greimassian Semiotics for Political Theory / Sean Noah Walsh -- 7. Genealogical Interpretation in Political Theory / Thomas Biebricher -- 8. Negative Dialectical Interpretation: Contradiction and Critique / Bryant William Sculos -- 9. Deconstruction and Interpretation in Political Theory / Sean Noah Walsh -- 10. Psychoanalytic Theory and Textual Interpretation / Ty Solomon.
Theorists interested in learning more about any given interpretive approach are often required to navigate a dizzying array of sources, with no clear sense of where to begin. The prose of many primary sources is often steeped in dense and technical argot that novices find intimidating or even impenetrable. Interpretation in Political Theory provide students of political theory a single introductory reference guide to major approaches to interpretation available in the field today. --
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