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Another Realism: The Politics of Gandhian Nonviolence
  • K. Mantena
  • Sociology
  • American Political Science Review
  • 1 May 2012
Although Gandhi is often taken to be an exemplary moral idealist in politics, this article seeks to demonstrate that Gandhian nonviolence is premised on a form of political realism, specifically aExpand
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Alibis of Empire: Henry Maine and the Ends of Liberal Imperialism
Acknowledgments ix INTRODUCTION: The Ideological Origins of Indirect Rule 1 CHAPTER ONE: The Crisis of Liberal Imperialism 21 CHAPTER TWO: Inventing Traditional Society: Empire and the Origins ofExpand
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ON GANDHI'S CRITIQUE OF THE STATE: SOURCES, CONTEXTS, CONJUNCTURES*
  • K. Mantena
  • Sociology
  • Modern Intellectual History
  • 1 November 2012
Gandhi's critique of the modern state was central to his political thinking. It served as a pivotal hinge between Gandhi's anticolonialism and his theory of politics and was given strikingExpand
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The Crisis of Liberal Imperialism
Au cours du XIX e  siecle, les fondamentaux du liberalisme imperial furent profondement ebranles. La multiplication des rebellions et des resistances et la montee de l’instabilite politique dans lesExpand
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Empire and Modern Political Thought: Social Theory in the Age of Empire
When viewed from Britain in the eighteenth century, the empire was still a distant matter, notwithstanding the numerous ways in which it already laced domestic life. As with his other writings, theExpand
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Introduction: Political Imaginaries at the End of Empire
SUMMARY:In the introduction to the forum "Political Imaginaries at the End of Empire," Karuna Mantena and Rama Sundari Mantena remind readers that the original projects for postimperial society didExpand
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CHAPTER FOUR. The Nineteenth-Century Debate on Property
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