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May 12, 2014 · Politics is the protagonist of Geoffrey Hawthorn's narrative: Thucydides' vision of politics as a panoply of propelling forces, the reasons and accounts people give of them, their analysis, reflection, calculation and debate; and politics as a way of making things happen that is more likely than not to be agonistic and is unlikely to be truthful or simply reasonable in one straightforward way.". Geoffrey Hawthorn offers In the last hundred years, Thucydides has been interpreted and invoked in support of many different positions in politics, political theory and international relations. Geoffrey Hawthorn offers a new and highly original reading, one that sees him as neither simply an ancestor nor a colleague but as an unsurpassed guide to a deeper realism about politics.

Apr 02, 2014 · Politics is the protagonist of Geoffrey Hawthorn's narrative: Thucydides' vision of politics as a panoply of propelling forces, the reasons and accounts people give of them, their analysis, reflection, calculation and debate; and politics as a way of making things happen that is more likely than not to be agonistic and is unlikely to be truthful or simply reasonable in one straightforward way.". Hawthorn's analysis is generous to the surrounding scholarship and yet distinctive in its own voice. The interpretive thesis' provided are believable and practical. "Back to the Present" is a quality lens to view both Thucydides and political acts of any era. 4 people found this helpful. Thucydides on Politics: Back to the Present by Geoffrey Hawthorn Thucydides on Politics Thucydides famously declared his work to be 'a possession for all time', and so it has proved to be, as each age and generation has seen new things to admire in it and take from it.

Geoffrey Hawthorn offers a new and highly original reading, one that sees him as neither simply an ancestor nor a colleague but as an unsurpassed guide to a deeper realism about politics. May 31, 2014 · Politics is the protagonist of Geoffrey Hawthorn's narrative: Thucydides' vision of politics as a panoply of propelling forces, the reasons and accounts people give of them, their analysis, reflection, calculation and debate; and politics as a way of making things happen that is more likely than not to be agonistic and is unlikely to be truthful or simply reasonable in one straightforward way.'.

Hawthorn devotes the central section of this chapter to a fine retelling of book eight, “Thucydides’ most sustained and compelling exposition of practical politics” 226. Politics is the protagonist of Geoffrey Hawthorn's narrative: Thucydides' vision of politics as a panoply of propelling forces, the reasons and accounts people give of them, their analysis, reflection, calculation and debate; and politics as a way of making things happen that is more likely than not to be agonistic and is unlikely to be truthful or simply reasonable in one straightforward way.'. 978-1-107-03916-2 - Thucydides on Politics: Back to the Present Geoffrey Hawthorn Excerpt Moreinformation. 2 Thucydides on Politics as a starting point for analysis’; ‘a bald record of quarrels, back-stabbing. 978-1-107-03916-2 - Thucydides on Politics: Back to the Present Geoffrey Hawthorn Excerpt Moreinformation. The text 3. Mar 20, 2014 · Geoffrey Hawthorn offers a new and highly original reading, one that sees him as neither simply an ancestor nor a colleague but as an unsurpassed guide to a deeper realism about politics.

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