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Political self-sacrifice

K. M. Fierke

Political self-sacrifice

agency, body and emotion in international relations

by K. M. Fierke

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Political aspects,
  • Self-sacrifice,
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.M. Fierke
    SeriesCambridge studies in international relations: 125 political self-sacrifice
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ1253 .F54 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25372135M
    ISBN 109781107029231
    LC Control Number2012023307

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    PDF | On Jun 1, , Francesco Marone and others published Self-Sacrifice and Martyrdom in Terrorism: Political and Religious Motives | Find, read and cite all Author: Francesco Marone. In his book The Way the World is Going, Oxford that progressive leaders must become liberal fascists or enlightened Nazis who would "compete in their enthusiasm and self-sacrifice" against the advocates of dictatorship. In , In his later political writing, Wells incorporated into his discussions of the World State a notion of.


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By disentangling the logic of “political self-sacrifice,” K. Fierke offers an important and timely account of the political strategies, cultural meanings, and normative aspirations associated with those participants in international affairs who, as she puts it, “play with a weak hand” (p. Political self-sacrifice: agency, body and emotion in international relations.

[K M Fierke] -- This book examines a variety of different forms of political self-sacrifice, including hunger strikes, self-burning, and non-violent martyrdom. Drawing on the preceding accounts of intention, moral value, and double effect reasoning, this chapter proposes an ethics of self-sacrifice.

It argues that acts of self-sacrifice are morally good only when they do not intentionally frustrate our natural inclinations, and when we gain more than we lose. Otherwise, they are morally defective. The same applies to scenarios where we sacrifice our.

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Hugh Miall, University of Kent 'This new book by Karin Fierke is an authoritative theoretical meditation on political acts of self-sacrifice which deserves, and which will receive, a great deal of attention.

Political Self-Sacrifice: Agency, Body and Emotion in International Relations (Cambridge Studies in International Relations Book ) eBook: K. Fierke: : Kindle Store. Every note rings true in Siobhan Dowd's radiant tale of politics and love, Bog Child, says Meg Rosoff Meg Rosoff Sat 8 Mar EST First published on Sat 8 Mar EST.This article examines the connection between self-sacrifice and human selfhood.

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