Browse Dept. of Political Science by Contributor "Fields, A. Belden"

  • Goldschmidt, Paul William (1995)
    This dissertation examines pornography's arrival in Russia (and the government's attempt to deal with it) as an issue of democratization. Russia, now faced with the challenge of becoming a democracy and shaking off an ...

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  • Lee, Ku-pyo (1995)
    What would a materialist position today be like, especially after Marx and Foucault? In order to address this question, the dissertation examines the relationship between Marx and Foucault by situating them within a new ...

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  • Wong, Mary Beth (1991)
    Hegel's political philosophy emerges from a central understanding of politics as a distinctive type of human action which is inseparable from human freedom. Freedom is reached through the dialectical conversation of politics, ...

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  • Park, Dong-Chun (1994)
    Socrates has been widely understood as trying to find a master key to the world of Being, which is distinct from the world of appearances. His question is taken to be a request for a universal definition, which holds the ...

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