Guide to the English School in International Studies.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandGuides to International Studies: Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (258 p.)ISBN: 9781118624746Subject(s): International relations -- Great Britain | International relations -- Philosophy | International relations | POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Guide to the English School in International StudiesDDC classification: 327.101 LOC classification: JZ1242Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Guide to the English School in International Studies; Copyright; Contents; About the Contributors; Introduction to the English School in International Studies; References; 1 The Historical Development of the English School; Introduction; Literature on the History of the English School; The Emergence of the Idea of "the English School"; The Development of English School Works; Normative Orientation; Historical Orientation; Acknowledgments; References; 2 The British Committee on the Theory of International Politics and Its Central Figures; Introduction; Some Prehistory; A Congenial Group
The AgendaThe Christian Orientation; Expansion and Last Things; References; 3 The British Committee and International Society: History And Theory; Introduction; Embarkation 1961-62; Bull; Wight; Butterfield; Watson; History and Theory; Toward Comparative History?; "Categories" and Research "Hypotheses"; What Kind of History?; International Society as Experience; A Certain Kind of History?; The British Committee and the English School; Abbreviations; References; 4 The Historical Expansion of International Society; Introduction; The Classical "Expansion" Story in the English School Literature
Pessimists and PluralistsCritiques, Extensions, and Solidarism; Where to from Here?; 5 The English School and Institutions: British Institutionalists?; Introduction; Institutions versus Organizations and Regimes; The Primary Institutions of International Society; How to Study Primary Institutions; Conclusion; Notes; References; 6 The International System - International Society Distinction; Introduction1; The System-Society Boundary in Question; Hedley Bull's Formulation; Critics of the Distinction; Rereading the Expansion of International Society 11; System and Society in the Expansion Story
System as a Security CalculationNotes; References; 7 The Regional Dimension of International Society; Introduction; Uniting Historical Regional International Societies: The Expansion of Europe; The European International Society Becomes Universal; From Destruction to Division: International Society 1914-90; Contemporary International Society: A Global Society with Regional Components; The English School and the Study of Subglobal International Societies; The English School and the Study of the Expansion of Regional International Societies
European Regional International Society ( ERIS) and Its "Others"Conclusion; References; 8 The International Society - World Society Distinction; Introduction; International Society and World Society: Consensus; International Society and World Society: Disagreement; International Society and World Society under Conditions of Globalization; Conclusion; References; 9 Order and Justice; Introduction; The Priority of Order over Justice; Order and Justice in Pluralist English School Writing; The Expansion of Justice in International Society: Justice Above Order?; Order and Justice Today; References
10 The Pluralist-Solidarist Debate in the English School
Bringing together the latest scholarship from a global group of expert contributors, this guide offers a comprehensive examination of the English School approach to the study of international relations. Explains the major ideas of the British Committee on International Relations, including the idea of and institutions connected to an international society, the emerging notion of world society, and order within international relationsDescribes the English School's methods of analyzing themes, trends, and dilemmasFocuses on the historical and geographical expansion of international society, an
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Cornelia Navari is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Birmingham, and Visiting Professor of International Affairs at the University of Buckingham, UK. Her research covers the history of thought on international relations in the 20th century and beyond, including thinkers in the English School. She is the editor of Theorising International Society (2009) and author of Public Intellectuals and International Affairs (2013) and Internationalism and the State in the 20th Century (2000).
Daniel M. Green is Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware, USA, and a former Chair of the English School Section of the International Studies Association. He is the author of The Logics of International Politics (forthcoming), and editor of the English School section of The International Studies Compendium Project , published in association with the International Studies Association (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), and Constructivism and Comparative Politics (2002).