2 edition of political fugitive found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John Butler ...|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||JN214 1794 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, , 12-115,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||10005747|
Fugitive Days: A Memoir. In , Ayers published Fugitive Days: A Memoir, which he explained in part as an attempt to answer the questions of Kathy Boudin's son, and his speculation that Diana Oughton died trying to stop the Greenwich Village bomb-makers. Some have questioned the truth, accuracy, and tone of the : William Charles Ayers, Decem . In Fugitive Thought, Michael Hames-García argues that writings by prisoners are instances of practical social theory that seek to transform the world. Unlike other authors who have studied prisons or legal theory, Hames-García views prisoners as political and social thinkers whose ideas are as valuable as those of lawyers and by:
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The Political Fugitive: Being a Brief Disquisition Into the Modern System of British Politics; And the Unparalleled Rigor of Political Persecu Paperback – Author: Butler John. Fugitive Rousseau is an original and stimulating contribution to eighteenth-century studies, as well as a significant work of political theory in its own right.
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Shakespeare's Fugitive Politics makes the case that Shakespeare's plays reveal there is always something more terrifying to the king than rebellion.
The book seeks to move beyond the presumption that political evolution leads ineluctably away from autocracy and aristocracy toward. Fugitive Democracy brings together his most important writings, from classic essays such as “Political Theory as a Vocation,” written amid the Cold War and the conflict in Vietnam, to his late radical essays on American democracy such as “Fugitive Democracy,” in which he offers a controversial reinterpretation of democracy as an episodic phenomenon distinct from the routinized political.
The fugitives mounted effective resistance to European colonialism despite—or because of—the absence of centralized authority or a common language. In Fugitive Modernities Jessica A.
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Fugitive Modernities is an intellectual, artistic, loving, and liberatory achievement.”. — Kiese Laymon, author of Heavy: An American Memoir. “With Fugitive Modernities, Jessica A. Krug proves herself to be a brilliant historian, as adept at mining the archive as she is at theoretical : Jessica A.
Krug. In Fugitive Democracy, the breathtaking range of Wolin’s scholarship, political commitment, and critical acumen are on full display in this authoritative and accessible collection of essays.
This book brings together his most important writings, from classic essays to his late radical essays on American democracy such as “Fugitive Democracy,” in which he offers a controversial reinterpretation of democracy as an episodic phenomenon distinct from the routinized political.
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this book took a turn that i wasn't expecting at all, i hope theres another book in this series because it cannot end like that. Plot: Fugitive Six picks right up after the events of Generation One and the group is back at the academy however things are not what they seem, with this secret group after human glades no /5.
'The Captive’s Quest for Freedom is the most important, thorough, and revealing study ever written of fugitive slaves in American history. The book is timely; it demonstrates in depth the nature and meaning of America's first great refugee crisis and the explosive politics that followed in its by: 3.
Fugitive Democracy is a book that every current and future political theorist and political philosopher should : Princeton University Press. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Fugitive Rousseau presents the emancipatory possibilities of Rousseau’s thought and argues that a fresh, “fugitive” perspective on political freedom is bound up with Rousseau’s treatments of.
Christopher Duncan's Fugitive Theory situates the Agrarians' political thought within the larger context of the Western political tradition in general and in the context of American political.
Sheldon Wolin’s Fugitive Democracy is a very thick book. Thick, that is, not only in its physical size, but in the density of its prose.
Sheldon Sanford Wolin (/ ˈ w oʊ l ɪ n /; August 4, – Octo ) was an American political theorist and writer on contemporary politics. A political theorist for fifty years, Wolin became Professor of Politics, Emeritus, at Princeton University, where he taught from to During a teaching career which spanned more than forty years, Wolin also taught at the University Alma mater: Oberlin College, Harvard University.Fugitive Colors book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. These poems take us into the intensely intimate realms of desire, politics /5.This book brings together his most important writings, from classic essays to his late radical essays on American democracy such as "Fugitive Democracy," in which he offers a controversial reinterpretation of democracy as an episodic phenomenon distinct from the routinized political management that passes for democracy today.