Whether challenging the settlement between political theory and political science, whereby theorists stuck to the "old texts" and left the "real world" to their empirical colleagues, or interrogating the relationship between political theory and political action, these essays expand and elaborate the parameters of political discourse-making their timeliness, relevance, and reach powerfully apparent. Contributors: Mark B. Brown, Wendy Brown, William E. Connolly, Thomas L. Dumm, J. Peter Euben, Russell Arben Fox, Samantha Frost, Shane Gunster, Jill Locke, David Paul Mandell, Lon Troyer, Sheldon S. Wolin, Linda M. B. Zerilli._x000B_
Subjects: Political Science
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