Recognition, Conflict and the Problem of Global Ethical Community

Recognition, Conflict and the Problem of Global Ethical Community

by Shannon Brincat (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9780415738521
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/07/2015
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

Shannon Brincat is a Griffith University Research Fellow based in the School of Government and International Relations. He has been the editor of a number of collections, most recently the Special Issue of Globalizations ‘Dialectics and World Politics’ and the three volume series Communism in the 21st Century (Praeger, 2014). He is also to co-founder and co-editor of the journal Global Discourse. His current research focuses on recognition theory and cosmopolitanism; dialectics; tyrannicide; climate change justice; and Critical Theory. He has articles published in the European Journal of International Relations, Review of International Studies and Constellations, amongst others.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Recognition, conflict and the problem of ethical community Shannon Brincat

2. Shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement Julie Connolly

3. Reply: Shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement: a reply to Julie Connolly Tony Castleman

4. Al-Muhajiroun in the United Kingdom: the role of international non-recognition in heightened radicalization dynamics Maéva Clément

5. Reply: Terrorism, discourse and analysis thereof: a reply to Clément Lee Jarvis

6. Recognition and the origins of international society Erik Ringmar

7. Reply: Recognition and the origins of international society: a reply to Erik Ringmar John M. Hobson

8. Treating Asian nations with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition Reinhard Wolf

9. Reply: Treating Asian nations with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition: a reply to Reinhard Wolf Michael Clarke

10. Interest, passion, (non)recognition, and wars: a conceptual essay Thomas Lindemann

11.Reply: Recognizing non-recognition: a reply to Lindemann Brent J. Steele

12. (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer war and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century Lena Jaschob

13. Reply: (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer War and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century: a reply to Lena Jaschob Bill Nasson

14. Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars Mathias Delori

15. Reply: Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars: a reply to Mathias Delori Kamil Shah

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