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by Stephen Hobden,Erika Cudworth

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1848135149
Author:
Stephen Hobden,Erika Cudworth
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Erika Cudworth is Senior Lecturer in International Politics and Sociology at the University of East London.

Erika Cudworth is Senior Lecturer in International Politics and Sociology at the University of East London.

Introducing Complexity and Posthumanism to International Politics 2. Complexity Theory in the Study of the Social World 3. Complex International Systems 4. Emergent Features in International Systems 5. Complex Ecologism 6. The Politics of Posthumanism 7. For a Posthuman International Relations Bibliography.

Start by marking Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism and Global . In this bold intervention, Cudworth and Hobden draw on recent advances in thinking about complexity theory to call for a profound re-envisioning of the study of international relations.

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complexity, ecologism and global politics. Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden

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Items related to Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism. Stephen Hobden is a Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of East London. Home Erika Cudworth Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism and. ISBN 10: 1848135149, ISBN 13: 9781848135147. Published by Zed Books Ltd. New Condition: New Hardcover. His main areas of interest are International Relations Theory, China in world politics, and North-South relations.

Posthuman International Relations : Complexity, Ecologism and Global Politics. by Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden.

Cudworth, Erika and Hobden, Stephen 2014. We elaborate some complexity concepts related to international relations in Cudworth and Hobden, Posthuman International Relations, pp. 63–81. Analysing Change: Complex Rather than Dialectical?. Globalizations, Vol. 11, Issue. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 December 2012. 13 We have argued elsewhere that there are at least four different ways in which complexity ideas have been adopted in the social sciences. See Cudworth, Erika and Hobden, Stephen, ‘More than a Metaphor?

Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism and Global . Essentially, the book reveals how the study of international politics is transformed by the understanding that we have never.

Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism and Global Politics (Paperback). Erika Cudworth (author), Stephen Hobden (author). Essentially, the book reveals how the study of international politics is transformed by the understanding that we have never been exclusively human.

In this bold intervention, Cudworth and Hobden draw on recent advances in complexity theory to call for a profound re-envisioning of the study of international relations. As a means of predicting global political events and trends, it has failed consistently

Posthuman International Relations. Complexity, Ecologism and Global Politics.

Posthuman International Relations. Furthermore, as a means of predicting major global-political events and trends, it has failed consistently.

In this bold intervention, Cudworth and Hobden draw on recent advances in thinking about complexity theory to call for a profound re-envisioning of the study of international relations. As a discipline, IR is wedded to the enlightenment project of overcoming the "hazards" of nature, and thus remains constrained by its blinkered "human-centered" approach. Furthermore, as a means of predicting major global-political events and trends, it has failed consistently. Instead, the authors argue, it is essential we develop a much more nuanced and sophisticated analysis of global political systems, taking into account broader environmental circumstances, as well as social relations, economic practices, and formations of political power. Essentially, the book reveals how the study of international politics is transformed by the understanding that we have never been exclusively human.An original work that is sure to provoke heated debate within the discipline, Posthuman International Relations combines insights from complexity theory and ecological thinking to provide a radical new agenda for a progressive, twenty-first century International Relations.