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Transcending objectivism, subjectivism, and the knowledge in-between: the subject in/of ‘strong reflexivity’
Abstract This article addresses the problématique of the subject and the subject-object dichotomy from a post-objectivist, reflexivist perspective informed by a ‘strong’ version of reflexivity. ItExpand
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IR Theory as International Practice/Agency: A Clinical-Cynical Bourdieusian Perspective
Adopting a reflexive, praxeological understanding of science that rejects the objectivist epistemic antinomy of theory and practice, this article offers two complementary Bourdieusian readings ofExpand
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The Market and Liberal Democracy
Milton Friedman’s implicit preferred model of the political system, like that of Hayek, mirrors his model of the economy. It is a perfect system in which innumerable participants who possessExpand
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Reflectivity, reflexivity, reflexivism: IR’s ‘reflexive turn’ — and beyond
The notion of ‘reflexivity’ has been so intimately tied to the critique of positivism and empiricism in International Relations (IR) that the emergence of post-positivism has naturally produced theExpand
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The “Problem of Values” and International Relations Scholarship: From Applied Reflexivity to Reflexivism
In light of recent discussions of cognitive and ethical dilemmas related to International Relations (IR) scholarship, this paper proposes to engage the “problem of values” in IR as a compositeExpand
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Beyond (Post)Positivism: The Missed Promises of Systemic Pragmatism
Hamati-Ataya, I. (2012). Beyond (Post)Positivism: The Missed Promises of Systemic Pragmatism. International Studies Quarterly, 56 (2), 291-305
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Contemporary “Dissidence” in American IR: The New Structure of Anti-Mainstream Scholarship?
Dissidence in IR, as in any other social field, reflects both an identity and a practice of opposition to the system. While the fact of dissidence is largely manifested in its very discursiveExpand
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Knowing and judging in International Relations theory: realism and the reflexive challenge
Abstract This article addresses the notion of reflexivity in international theory through an attempt to transcend the dichotomy between knowledge and judgement. It intends to demonstrate that neitherExpand
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The Sociology of Knowledge as Postphilosophical Epistemology: Out of IR's 'Socially Constructed' Idealism
This article first aims to draw attention to, and diagnose, the failure of IR’s sociological turn to extend the domain of sociological reason into the philosophical turf of epistemology and therebyExpand
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