Mary M. Keys is Associate Professor of Political Theory and Constitutional Studies at the University of Notre Dame. On this episode of Political Theory Review, Keys joins to discuss her new Cambridge University Press book, Pride, Politics, and Humility in Augustine’s ‘City of God.’ Listen with the link below as Keys dives deep into Augustine’s arguments […]
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Guido Parietti is Asst. Prof. of Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy at James Madison College within Michigan State University. He joins the Political Theory Review Podcast to discuss his new Oxford University Press book, On the Concept of Power: Possibility, Necessity, Politics. Listen to take a closer look at the definitions of power and why, Parietti […]
Philosopher and Georgetown University Prof. Terry Pinkard joins the Political Theory Review Podcast to discuss Practice, Power, and Forms of Life, his new book from the University of Chicago Press. The book takes a closer look at Jean-Paul Sartre, and how his late work was “a fundamental reworking of his earlier ideas, especially in terms of his understanding of […]
On this episode of the Political Theory Review Podcast, Ann Ward of Baylor University joins to discuss her new book, The Socratic Individual. The book examines the “recovery of Socratic philosophy in the political thought of G.W.F. Hegel, Soren Kierkegaard, John Stuart Mill, and Friedrich Nietzsche.” Hear more from The Political Theory Review.
In this 100th episode special, scholars join the Political Theory Review Podcast to discuss what goes into a political theory book—the creative process, drafting the book, publishing and more. Appearing on the episode are: Michael Zuckert (Notre Dame) Paulina Ochoa Espejo (Haverford) Elizabeth Markovits (Mount Holyoke) Catherine Zuckert (Notre Dame) Ian Shapiro (Yale) Nancy Rosenblum […]