The Political Theory
- The main goal of this course is to introduce students to the concepts and authors of the contemporary political theory, grounding students in several national theoretical traditions and encouraging them to produce analysis beyond the nation-states centered paradigm.
- Able to identify scientific subject
- Able to think critically and interpret the experience (personal and of other persons), relate to professional and social activities
- Student is capable of posing research problems relevant to the study of political phenomena and political processes; setting particular research tasks; and putting together a research design
- Student is capable of reporting the results of the information retrieval and analysis, academic or applied research she/he has conducted: - in various genres (including reviews, policy papers, reports and publications pertaining to socio-political subject matter); - and depending on the target audience
- Student is familiar with concept of modernity
- Student is familiar with concept of power
- Introduction: thinking politically in different ways
- Theories of political violence, enemies and Just War
- Sovereignty and State
- Identity and ontological security
- Nation, Nationalism and patriotism
- Cosmopolis and transnationalism
- Social fact and constructivism
- Gender and feminism
- Discourse and poststructuralism
- Hegemony and postcolonialism
- in-class participationSome of the seminars is devoted to group discussion or modelling of group decision making based on the concept that are studied in the classrom.
- 2021/2022 1st module
- 2021/2022 2nd module0.4 * essay + 0.4 * in-class participation + 0.2 * quiz
- Robert E. Goodin, & Philip Pettit. (2019). Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology: Vol. Third edition. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Bell, D. (2014). The Oxford Handbook of Political Philosophy The Oxford Handbook of the History of Political Philosophy. Political Studies Review, 12(1), 94–95. https://doi.org/10.1111/1478-9302.12041_11
- The Oxford handbook of political theory / ed. by John S. Dryzek . (2006). Oxford [u.a.]: Oxford Univ. Press. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edswao&AN=edswao.121392570