Maik Fielitz, Nick Thurston (eds.): Post-Digital Cultures of the Far Right: Online Actions and Offline Consequences in Europe and the US (2018)

12 March 2019, dusan

“How have digital tools and networks transformed the far right’s strategies and transnational prospects? This volume presents a unique critical survey of the online and offline tactics, symbols and platforms that are strategically remixed by contemporary far-right groups in Europe and the US. It features thirteen accessible essays by an international range of expert scholars, policy advisors and activists who offer informed answers to a number of urgent practical and theoretical questions: How and why has the internet emboldened extreme nationalisms? What counter-cultural approaches should civil societies develop in response?”

Publisher transcript, Bielefeld, 2018
Political Science series, 71
Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 License
ISBN 9783837646702, 383764670X
208 pages

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Niccolò Machiavelli: The Prince (1532–) [IT, EN, RO, FR, CZ, DE, PT, SK, ES]

27 November 2013, dusan

“Here is the world’s most famous master plan for seizing and holding power. Astonishing in its candor The Prince even today remains a disturbingly realistic and prophetic work on what it takes to be a prince … a king … a president. When, in 1512, Machiavelli was removed from his post in his beloved Florence, he resolved to set down a treatise on leadership that was practical, not idealistic. In The Prince he envisioned would be unencumbered by ordinary ethical and moral values; his prince would be man and beast, fox and lion. Today, this small sixteenth-century masterpiece has become essential reading for every student of government, and is the ultimate book on power politics.”

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Il Principe (Italian, ed. Sálvio Marcelo Soares, 2009)
The Prince (English, trans. Luigi Ricci, 1903/1921)
Principele (Romanian, trans. Sorin Ionescu [pseudonym of Nina Façon], 1943, added on 2014-9-3), 1999 edition
Le prince (French, trans. Jean-Marie Tremblay, 1962)
The Prince (English, trans. James B. Atkinson, 1976/2008)
The Prince (English, trans. Harvey C. Mansfield, 1985/1998, blanked out sections repaired on 2018-9-1 via Nathan Hoepner)
Vladař‎ (Czech, trans. Josef Hajný, 1986)
Der Fürst (German, trans. Friedrich von Oppeln-Bronikowski, 1990)
O Príncipe (Portuguese, trans. Maria Julia Goldwasser, 1990/2001)
Vladár (Slovak, trans. Pavol Koprda and Blahoslav Hečko, 1992)
The Prince (English, trans. Peter Bondanella, 2005)
O Príncipe (Portuguese, trans. Antonio D’Elia, 2006)
El Príncipe (Spanish, undated)

Sanford Schram, Brian Caterino (eds.): Making Political Science Matter: Debating Knowledge, Research, and Method (2006)

16 March 2012, dusan

Making Political Science Matter brings together a number of prominent scholars to discuss the state of the field of Political Science. In particular, these scholars are interested in ways to reinvigorate the discipline by connecting it to present day political struggles. Uniformly well-written and steeped in a strong sense of history, the contributors consider such important topics as: the usefulness of rational choice theory; the ethical limits of pluralism; the use (and misuse) of empirical research in political science; the present-day divorce between political theory and empirical science; the connection between political science scholarship and political struggles, and the future of the discipline. This volume builds on the debate in the discipline over the significance of the work of Bent Flyvbjerg, whose book Making Social Science Matter has been characterized as a manifesto for the Perestroika Movement that has roiled the field in recent years.

Contributors include: Brian Caterino, Stewart Clegg, Bent Flyvbjerg, Mary Hawkesworth, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, Gregory J. Kasza, David Kettler, David D. Laitin, Timothy W. Luke, Theodore R. Schatzki, Sanford F. Schram, Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, Corey S. Shdaimah, Roland W. Stahl, and Leslie Paul Thiele.

Publisher NYU Press, 2006
ISBN 0814740332, 9780814740330
304 pages

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