Ecological Relations: Towards An Inclusive Politics of the Earth

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foundational to an inclusive theorisation of politics on this earth, entails is explored in the following chapter, before a metatheory as method is proposed in Chapter 3.


Notes
1
Hollis, M. and Smith, S. (1990) Explaining and Understanding International Relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, chapter 2. See also the special (1998) issue of the Review of International Studies, 24.
2
Smith, S. (1992) 'The Forty Years' Detour: The Resurgence of Normative Theory in International Relations', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 21 (3), 489-506, p. 490.
3
Wallace, W. (1996) 'Truth and power, monks and technocrats: theory and practice in international relations', Review of International Studies, 22, 301-321.
4
Lapid, Y. (1989) 'The Third Debate: On the Prospects of International Theory in a Post-Positivist Era', International Studies Quarterly, 33, 235-254.
5
Rosenau, P. (1990) 'Once Again into the Fray: International Relations Confronts the Humanities', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 19 (1), 83-110.
6
Frost, M. (1986) Towards a Normative Theory of International Relations: A Critical Analysis of the Philosophical and Methodological Assumptions in the Discipline with Proposals towards a Substantive Normative Theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 12.
7
Brown, C. (1981) 'International theory: new directions?', Review of International Studies, 7, 173-185, p. 173.
8
Dunne, T., Cox, M. and Booth, K. (1998) 'Introduction: The Eighty Years' Crisis 1919-1999' Review of International Studies, 24, v-xii.
9
Zalewski, M. (1996) ' “All these theories yet the bodies keep piling up”: theory, theorists, theorising', in Smith, S., Booth, K. and Zalewski, M. (eds) International Theory: Positivism and Beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
10
Saurin, J. (1996a) 'Globalisation, Poverty, and the Promises of Modernity', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 25 (3), 657-680, p. 658.
11
Smith, S. (1995) 'The Self-Images of a Discipline: A Genealogy of International Relations Theory', in Booth, K. and Smith, S. (eds) International Relations Theory Today, Cambridge: Polity Press, p. 3. Also the argument of Campbell, D. and Dillon, M. (eds) (1993) The Political Subject of Violence, Manchester, Manchester University Press.
12
Walker, R. B. J. (1993) Inside/Outside: International Relations as Political Theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
13
Maclean, J. (1981) 'Political Theory, International Theory, and Problems of Ideology', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 10 (2), 102-125.
14
Chan, S. (1998) 'An ontologist strikes back: a further response to Hollis and Smith', Review of International Studies, 24, 441-443.
15
Maclean, (1981).
16
Der Derian, J. (1989) 'The Boundaries of Knowledge and Power in International Relations', in Der Derian, J. and Shapiro, M. (eds) International/Intertextual Relations: Postmodern Readings of World Politics, Oxford: Maxwell Macmillan International, pp. 3-5.
17
Maclean, (1981).
18
Sylvester, C. (1996) 'The contribution of feminist theory to international relations', in Smith, S., Booth, K. and Zalewski, M. (eds) International Theory: Positivism and Beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 272.
19
Halliday, F. (1994) Rethinking International Relations, Basingstoke: Macmillan, p. 24.

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