In Statu Nascendi: Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations 2019/1

In Statu Nascendi: Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations 2019/1

by Piotr Pietrzak (Editor)


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In Statu Nascendi is a new peer-reviewed journal that investigates specific issues through a socio-cultural, philosophical, and anthropological approach to raise a new type of civic awareness about the complexity of the contemporary crisis, instability, and warfare situations, where the “stage of becoming” plays a vital role.

Issue 2019:1 comprises, among others, the following articles:

- An Interview with Marcin Grabowski on the Political Situation in Asia in General and North Korea in Particular

- The EU and the Migration Crisis: ‘The EU-Turkey Deal’: Policy Effectiveness and Challenges of Implementation

- The Syrian Conflict (2011–2017): How a Perfectly Winnable Uprising has been Transformed into a Civil War, Only to End up as a Ferocious Proxy War

- Interview with Prof. Maria Dimitrova on Continental Philosophy in General and Emmanuel Levinas’ Philosophy in Particular

- Patristic Tradition, Criterialism, and Levinasian Quasi-Theological Conditions of the Self

- Reconsidering the Notion of the Creative Genius in Postmodern Philosophy and Art

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783838213095
Publisher: ibidem Press
Publication date: 04/30/2019
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Piotr Pietrzak is a PhD Candidate at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridiski”. He holds a master’s degree in international politics and international relations from the University of Manchester and a master’s degree in politics from the University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland). Pietrzak was awarded an Erasmus Scholarship in 2007. He specializes in the politics of the Middle East and the Islamic world, and focuses his attention on the theory of international relations; geopolitics, conflict resolution strategies, and international law; and primarily matters related to the First and Second World Wars, and superpower competition during the Cold War.

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