6 edition of Political judgment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references(p. 271-301) and index.
|Statement||edited by Milton Lodge and Kathleen M. McGraw.|
|Contributions||Lodge, Milton., McGraw, Kathleen M., 1957-|
|LC Classifications||JA74.5 .P623 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||94034167|
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What is good political judgment. Is it a science subject to strict standards of logic and inference, or is it more like an art, the product of intuition, feeling, or even chance.
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Resting his argument on the larger notion of judgment itself. What is it to have good judgment in politics. What is it to be politically wise, or gifted, to be a political genius, or even to be no more than politically competent, to know how to get things done. Perhaps one way of looking for the answer is by considering what we are saying when [ ].
This book is predicated on the assumption that, even if we cannot capture all of the subtle counterfactual and moral facets of good judgment, we can advance the cause of holding political observers accountable to independent standards of empirical accuracy and Brand: Princeton University Press.
Against the backdrop of the radical change in political conditions since the revolutions in Political judgment book Europe, noted philosopher and political theorist Dick Howard asks: what is modern politics. Returning to the historical problems posed by the French and American Revolutions, Howard examines the ways that philosophy has tried to understand the contemporary political.
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What Political judgment book political judgment. --Possible avenues of inquiry --Kant's concept of taste --Aristotle's concept of prudence --Judgment and rhetoric --With sympathy and detachment: horizons of a comprehensive perspective --Towards a theory of political judgment.
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Since its original publication, Expert Political Judgment by New York Times bestselling author Philip Tetlock has established itself as a contemporary classic in the literature on evaluating expert opinion. Tetlock first discusses arguments about whether the world is too complex for people to find the tools to understand political phenomena, let alone predict the by: ContentsIntroduction What is Political Judgment?Chapter 1 Foundations: Plato and AristotleChapter 2 The Kantian ProblematicChapter 3 The Arendtian Theory of JudgmentChapter 4 Hermeneutics, Tacit Knowledge and Neo-RationalismNotesIndex: Series Title: Key Concepts in Political Theory Ser.
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The work was a landmark in social science, and its importance was quickly recognized and rewarded in two academic disciplines—political science and psychology. The Specter of Babel: A Reconstruction of Political Judgment (SUNY Press, in press, forthcoming, ) T he Domestication of Critical Theory (Rowman and Littlefield, ) The Politics of Inequality: A Political History of the Idea of Economic Inequality in America (Columbia University Press, ; Paperback edition with new preface, ).
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Each day, people are faced with a host of political issues. They also possess a limited amount of cognitive resources and must grapple with topics on which there is not necessarily an objectively correct answer.
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Tetlock first discusses arguments about whether the world is too complex for people to find the tools to understand political phenomena, let alone predict the future. With this original and incisive book, Albena Azmanova develops a new hermeneutic for reconciling two models of reasoning that have long been opposed to one another: contextually sensitive political judgments on the one hand versus procedurally-oriented models of discursive validity on the other.
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Tetlock first discusses arguments about whether the world is too complex for people to find the tools to understand political phenomena, let alone predict the future. Since its original publication, Expert Political Judgment by New York Times bestselling author Philip Tetlock has established itself as a contemporary classic in the literature on evaluating expert opinion.
Tetlock first discusses arguments about whether the world is too complex for people to find the tools to understand political phenomena, let alone predict the future.
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The benefits of political justice will best be understood, if Benefits of political justice. we consider society in the most comprehensive view, taking into our estimate the erroneous institutions by which the human mind has been too often checked in its career, as well as those Edition: current; Page:  BOOK I.
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Vol Number 15 October 3, On Political Judgment By Isaiah Berlin What is it to have good judgment in politics. What is it to be politically wise, or gifted, to be a political genius, or even to be no more than politically competent, to know how to get things done?File Size: 81KB.
She was the recipient of grants from the Fulbright Foundation, a Mellon Fellowship, and the Rockefeller Foundation. She has written extensively on transitional justice, human rights, religion, and the political thought of Hannah Arendt, and she recently co-edited a forthcoming book on Hannah Arendt and political : Skeaff recovers from Spinoza a central and emphatically positive role for (embodied and shared) judgment in political theory.
He likewise represents human life, in Spinoza's eyes, as inevitably political, necessarily contributing to the power that produces life in common (hence the title).
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