3 edition of Thinking politically found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -161.Includes index.
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Attention is focused on the power of local stakeholders and structures and their ability to determine the success or failure of the development goals.
that are used to set out particular plans of political action. Hence, it will drive the formation and consolidation of the locally appropriate, feasible and legitimate institutions that are most likely to advance development outcomes.
In addition, the book includes a recent interview with Walzer on a range of topical issues, and a detailed bibliography of his works. But I suspect that the Greek poet means in fact to describe a more particular place: the city of Hellenic culture. There are several case studies that have explored the successes as well as Thinking politically challenges in applying a TWP approach in practice. What is the relation between the two? Furthermore, Thinking politically to Balfour, Du Bois' account foregrounding African-American women's' history in his "The Damnation of Women" also follows the theme of "black exemplarity.
How might politicians and other social, political and economic actors exploit COVID-19 and responses to it to further their interest, agendas, and ideologies?
Their teaching drew upon, was radically dependent upon, the resources of a common membership.
Thinking and working politically in such a destabilising and fast-moving context is more easily said than done, particularly given the urgency of the response needed. [ 2 ] A quick comparison may be helpful here. Did discussions address the fact that deeply patriarchal structures are the context in which all aid and development and in fact all politics work?
These recruitment Thinking politically have been amended in recent years in some cases — DFID, for example, has employed a growing number of political scientists since the mid-2000s, albeit primarily in its Governance cadre.
I do not propose to defend it here but only to consider some of its consequences. Wittgenstein writes as if there were as there are many communities, while Cavafy seems to suggest that poets inhabit a single, Thinking politically city.
Plato's claim that the ideal city is "the only commonwealth in whose politics [the philosopher] can ever take part" is belied by his own attempt to intervene in the politics of Syracuse when an opportunity arose, or so he thought, for philosophical reformation. An ideal city is, I suppose, an entirely proper object of contemplation, and it may be the case that "whether it exists anywhere or ever will exist is no matter"-that is, does not affect the truth of the vision.
What political interests and incentives are shaping government responses to COVID-19? To help people identify whether a programme is implementing adaptive management effectively, provide six indicators. Rousseau's legislator is simply the philosopher in heroic dress, and Thinking politically Rousseau denies him the right to coerce the people, he insists on his right to deceive the people.
Larry Garber serves Senior Advisor to the Bureau of Policy, Planning and LearningThe workshop provided a useful forum for sharing perspectives among those advocating a more political orientation to donor development programming and for identifying the challenges that we face in making this effort a reality.
Our secondary, yet parallel, priority is to help manage and minimise the economic fallout.
To date, he has written 27 books and published over 300 articles, essays, and book reviews in Dissent, The New Republic, The New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and many scholarly journals.
The philosopher is and must be an outsider; standing apart, not occasionally in judgment but systematically in thought.