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Quantum Politics

Author : Theodore Lewis Becker
ISBN : UOM:39015019823007
Genre : Philosophy
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Quantum physics, according to Becker, provides the means for replacing 18th century political and economic philosophies with a new paradigm more consistent with our current understanding of physical reality. Through contributions by a number of political scientists, this book argues that a Newtonian world view can no longer explain political phenomena. Newtonian theory is related to classic, liberal democratic thought and thereby to indirect, representative democracy. Quantum theory, on the other hand, is linked with participatory democratic thinking--a more direct and purer form of democracy.
Category: Philosophy

Quantum Politics

Author : Amit Goswami
ISBN : 1643882694
Genre : Political Science
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Our democracy is founded upon the ideal of giving equal access to human potentialities of life, liberty, and happiness to all its citizens. Today, in Trump's America, we are far from that ideal. This book considers both the short-term problem of politics, namely erosion of values, elitism, and worldview polarization, and, of course, Trumpism and the long-term problem of how to make politics into a real science for making an equitable society. Trumpism is nothing but an extreme perversion of how politicians in general look at power today, a vehicle to aggrandize their me-centeredness. By using the quantum worldview, the quantum leaders can actually transform (that is, walk their talk) the tendency of using power for serving their own me-centeredness to the ability of using political power to empower their constituency as leaders in a democracy are expected to do. Quantum Politics uses the new science and demonstrate that democracy is the only scientific way of governing a nation. The key is to bring human values and creativity into the picture and combine the exploration of power with the exploration of love. In this way, we can integrate the values in our society with every human being.
Category: Political Science

Quantum Politics

Author : William R. Bryant
ISBN : UCBK:C048776359
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science

Quantum Language And The Migration Of Scientific Concepts

Author : Jennifer Burwell
ISBN : 9780262037556
Genre : Science
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Experience, perception, and the limits of language -- The physics of visuality, intuition, and aesthetics -- Quantum paradigms in literary criticism -- New and Post-New Age appropriations -- Quantum versus nuclear discourse
Category: Science

Transformational Politics

Author : Stephen Brim Woolpert
ISBN : 0791439453
Genre : Political Science
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Argues that traditional political science is failing to identify and address fundamental political phenomena of our time and proposes an alternative value-based political science.
Category: Political Science

International Relations

Author : Manuela Spindler
ISBN : 9783866495500
Genre : Political Science
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The book is written for active learners – those keen on cutting their own path through the complex and at times hardly comprehensible world of THEORY in International Relations. To aid this process as much as possible, this book employs the didactical and methodical concept of integrating teaching and self-study. The criteria for structured learning about IR theory will be derived from an extensive discussion of the questions and problems of philosophy of science (Part 1). Theory of IR refers to the scientific study of IR and covers all of the following subtopics: the role and status of theory in the academic discipline of IR; the understanding of IR as a science and what a ""scientific"" theory is; the different assumptions upon which theory building in IR is based; the different types of theoretical constructions and models of explanations found at the heart of particular theories; and the different approaches taken on how theory and the practice of international relations are linked to each other. The criteria for the structured learning process will be applied in Part 2 of the book during the presentation of five selected theories of International Relations. The concept is based on ""learning through example"" – that is, the five theories have been chosen because, when applying the criteria developed in Part 1 of the book, each single theory serves as an example for something deeply important to learn about THEORY of IR more generally.
Category: Political Science

The Politics Of The Empire

Author : Ronnie Lee
Genre : Philosophy
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This is my 15th philosophy and poetry book. It delves into the political truths of the modern era that covers different ideologies and enters the realms of the spiritual and magical that opens up new insights into the strategies of the grandmasters of politics. This book will explain the history of politics of the elites and their plans of their New World Order. With other topics included in this book from religion, existentialism, business and science, there is a fountain of knowledge for people who want to understand a universal and coherent philosophy of politics.
Category: Philosophy

The World Of Quantum Culture

Author : Manuel J. Caro
ISBN : 027597068X
Genre : Social Science
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This edited collection is the first to explore the implications of "Quantum Aesthetics" for social life. Contributors, who represent various disciplines, apply this philosophy to their respective fields of study.
Category: Social Science

Writing A Politics Of Perception

Author : Dawn Thompson
ISBN : 0802043658
Genre : Political Science
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Looking at five novels by women writing in Canada, Thompson develops a theory of 'holographic memory, ' in which texts are performances that invite constant revision, remodelling, and interaction between narrative, memory, and, potentially, reality.
Category: Political Science

Quantum Spirituality

Author : Valentina R. Onisor And Amit Goswami
Genre : Art
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“Could the great challenges of the world, and our lives, be solved through the wisdom of the past merged with the best science of today? The answer to this question is a resounding "Yes!" In Quantum Spirituality, Amit Goswami, PhD, and Valentina Onisor, MD, join forces to reveal precisely this connection and catapult us light years beyond conventional thinking when it comes to our capabilities, and our potential. In an intimate journey of easy-to-read science and true-life events, the authors demonstrate how the marriage of science and spirituality, and the cooperation of scientists and mystics, opens the door to a new world view. There’s something missing in the traditional human story. Only new thinking, based upon truthful, honest and factual discoveries that include direct human experience will reveal the potential of the new human story. Whether you’re an artist or an engineer, a homemaker or policy maker, this book is about you, your life, and every relationship that you’ll ever experience. This book should be required reading for everyone who has ever felt like there’s something missing in the mainstream view of us and what’s possible for us in the world.” — Gregg Braden, New York Times bestselling author of Human by Design and The Divine Matrix “Quantum Spirituality offers a brave attempt to unify the scientific and spiritual paths of existence. The authors point out that all too often we find ourselves in unhappy situations when we embark on one of the paths without considering the other—especially a problem in our separated scientific and current religious worldviews today. We need to take steps along both paths simultaneously—something that our quantum physics point of view explains how to do it.” —Fred Alan Wolf, PhD. (aka) Dr. Quantum, National Book Award Author of many books. Amit Goswami, PhD, featured in the widely seen "What the bleep do we know!?" and Valentina R. Onisor, MD, lauded for her Quantum healing and integration teachings, successfully demonstrate, using the latest paradigm of Quantum Science, that exploring the archetype of wholeness and integrating dichotomies are a quick and satisfactory path to spiritual enlightenment: quantum enlightenment. And Oh, yes: on this path you keep your authentic self to enjoy your enlightenment.
Category: Art

Socio Political Dynamics

Author : S.C. Ghose
ISBN : 8172110707
Genre : India
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Multi-dimensional and dynamic, every society is being ceaselessly plagued by a number of socio-political problems. Delineations of these problems have manifested themselves in the shape of articles of different taste, tone and tenor under five broad divisions such as education, youth, politics, society and health (of the body and mind of an individual). This book thus turns out to be a conglomeration of a total of forty articles plus a lengthy introduction which sums up the articles in order to induce the readers to browse over them, one by one, in an effort to acquaint themselves with the variegated problems that are eroding into the vitals of our society.
Category: India

Digital Cultures And The Politics Of Emotion

Author : Athina Karatzogianni
ISBN : 9780230391345
Genre : Social Science
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Fifteen thought-provoking essays engage in an innovative dialogue between cultural studies of affect, feelings and emotions, and digital cultures, new media and technology. The volume provides a fascinating dialogue that cuts across disciplines, media platforms and geographic and linguistic boundaries.
Category: Social Science

Intuitions In Literature Technology And Politics

Author : Alan Ramón Clinton
ISBN : 9781137006974
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Using the idea of 'parability,'or the ability for writers to tell improper stories, as a foundation, Alan Ramón Clinton synthesizes a new model for a creative, more daring literary criticism. Sharp and surprising, this wide-ranging project engages with the work of Pynchon, Eco, Forché, Merrill, Weiner, Plath, Ashbery, and Eigner.
Category: Literary Criticism

Religion Politics And The Earth

Author : C. Crockett
ISBN : 9781137268938
Genre : Philosophy
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"Following Vattimo's postmodern philosophy, Badiou's postmetaphysical ontology, and i ek's revolutionary style, the authors of this marvelous book invites us to reactivate our politics of resistance against our greatest enemy: corporate capitalism. The best solution to the ecological, energy, and financial crisis corporate capitalism has created, as Crockett Clayton and Jeffrey Robbins suggest, is a new theological materialism where Being is conceived as energy both subjectively and objectively. All my graduate students will have to read this book carefully if they want to become philosophers." - Santiago Zabala, ICREA Research Professor at the University of Barcelona "This is a book of an extraordinary timeliness, written in an accessible and strikingly informative way. It is excellently poised to become a synthetic and agenda setting statement about the implications of a new materialism for the founding of a new radical theology, a new kind of spirituality. I consider this therefore quite a remarkable book which will be influential in ongoing discussions of psychoanalysis, continental philosophy, and theology. Moreover, it will be, quite simply, the best book about spirituality and the new materialism on the market today. While all of the work of the new materialists engage at one level or another the question of a new spirituality, I do not think there is anything comparable in significance to what Crockett and Robbins have provided here." - Ward Blanton, University of Kent "This book will perhaps be most appreciated by the reader with an intuitive cast of mind, able to recognize the force of an argument in its imaginative suggestiveness . . . New Materialism is about energy transformation, we are told, energy which cannot be reduced to matter because it resonates with spirit and life . . . Yet the book strikes a fundamental note of hard reality: 'if we want our civilization to live on earth a little longer we will have to recognize our coexistence with and in earth'." - Christian Ecology Link
Category: Philosophy

Fantasies Of Identification

Author : Ellen Samuels
ISBN : 9781479821372
Genre : Social Science
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In the mid-nineteenth-century United States, as it became increasingly difficult to distinguish between bodies understood as black, white, or Indian; able-bodied or disabled; and male or female, intense efforts emerged to define these identities as biologically distinct and scientifically verifiable in a literally marked body. Combining literary analysis, legal history, and visual culture, Ellen Samuels traces the evolution of the “fantasy of identification”—the powerful belief that embodied social identities are fixed, verifiable, and visible through modern science. From birthmarks and fingerprints to blood quantum and DNA, she examines how this fantasy has circulated between cultural representations, law, science, and policy to become one of the most powerfully institutionalized ideologies of modern society. Yet, as Samuels demonstrates, in every case, the fantasy distorts its claimed scientific basis, substituting subjective language for claimed objective fact. From its early emergence in discourses about disability fakery and fugitive slaves in the nineteenth century to its most recent manifestation in the question of sex testing at the 2012 Olympic Games, Fantasies of Identification explores the roots of modern understandings of bodily identity.
Category: Social Science

The Quantum Nietzsche

Author : William Plank
ISBN : 9780595209521
Genre : Philosophy
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Friedrich Nietzsche, a 19th century German philosopher, conceived of the universe as a living thing and a partner with humanity. He was able to do this, especially by a complete rejection of Plato's philosophy. Similar ideas will not crop up until the major thinkers in quantum mechanics in the 20th century: John Bell and his laboratory apparatus demonstrating "Bell's Inequality," and in the "beables" and "beers" of David Bohm. By using the ideas of Nietzsche, one can see the uses and misuses of Greek philosophy, especially in the paintings of the Northern Renaissance vs the Italian Renaissance; in Rabelais and the Italian Renaissance; and in Romanticism in general. Nietzsche's work likewise provides a critical point of view to reevaluate the work of William Blake, Pieter Bruegel,Hegel, Luther, Denis Diderot, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Jacques Derrida, Michel Serres, Gilles Deleuze, many of whom were reacting against Platonism without realizing it. Nietzsche puts man at home in the universe in a way no other philosopher has ever done, thus discounting the bleak views of Camus and Sartre and giving a completely new view of existentialism and Christianity. The author gives evidence that most thinkers have completely misunderstood Nietzsche or have not admitted their debt to him.
Category: Philosophy

Blood Politics

Author : Circe Dawn Sturm
ISBN : 0520936086
Genre : Social Science
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Circe Sturm takes a bold and original approach to one of the most highly charged and important issues in the United States today: race and national identity. Focusing on the Oklahoma Cherokee, she examines how Cherokee identity is socially and politically constructed, and how that process is embedded in ideas of blood, color, and race. Not quite a century ago, blood degree varied among Cherokee citizens from full blood to 1/256, but today the range is far greater--from full blood to 1/2048. This trend raises questions about the symbolic significance of blood and the degree to which blood connections can stretch and still carry a sense of legitimacy. It also raises questions about how much racial blending can occur before Cherokees cease to be identified as a distinct people and what danger is posed to Cherokee sovereignty if the federal government continues to identify Cherokees and other Native Americans on a racial basis. Combining contemporary ethnography and ethnohistory, Sturm's sophisticated and insightful analysis probes the intersection of race and national identity, the process of nation formation, and the dangers in linking racial and national identities.
Category: Social Science

Weimar Culture And Quantum Mechanics

Author : Alexei Kojevnikov
ISBN : 9789814293129
Genre : Germany
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This volume reprints Paul Forman''s classic papers on the history of the scientific profession in post-World War I Germany and the invention of quantum mechanics. The Forman thesis became famous for its demonstration of the cultural conditioning of scientific knowledge, in particular by showing the historical connection between the culture of Weimar Germany OCo known for its irrationality and antiscientism OCo and the emerging concept of quantum acausality. From the moment of its publication, Forman''s research provoked intense historical and philosophical debates. In 2007, participants at an international conference in Vancouver, Canada, discussed the implications of the Forman thesis for contemporary historiography. Their contributions collected in this volume represent cutting-edge research on the history of the quantum revolution and of German science."
Category: Germany

Fiction In The Quantum Universe

Author : Susan Strehle
ISBN : 0807843652
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this outstanding book Susan Strehle argues that a new fiction has developed from the influence of modern physics. She calls this new fiction actualism, and within that framework she offers a critical analysis of major novels by Thomas Pynchon, Robert Coover, William Gaddis, John Barth, Margaret Atwood, and Donald Barthelme. According to Strehle, the actualists balance attention to questions of art with an engaged meditation on the external, actual world. While these actualist novels diverge markedly from realistic practice, Strehle claims that they do so in order to reflect more acutely what we now understand as real. Reality is no longer "realistic"; in the new physical or quantum universe, reality is discontinuous, energetic, relative, statistical, subjectively seen, and uncertainly known_all terms taken from new physics. Actualist fiction is characterized by incompletions, indeterminacy, and "open" endings unsatisfying to the readerly wish for fulfilled promises and completed patterns. Gravity's Rainbow, for example, ends not with a period but with a dash. Strehle argues that such innovations in narrative reflect on twentieth-century history, politics, science, and discourse.
Category: Literary Criticism

Critical Theory Of International Politics

Author : Steven C. Roach
ISBN : 9781135173685
Genre : Political Science
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Critical international theory encompasses several distinct, radical approaches that focus on identity, difference, hegemonic power, and order. As an applied theory, critical international theory draws on critical social theories to shed light on international processes and global transformations. While this approach has led to increasing interest in formulating an empirically relevant critical international theory, it has also revealed the difficulties of applying critical theory to international politics. What are these difficulties and problems? And how can we move beyond them? This book addresses these questions by investigating the intellectual currents and key debates of critical theory, from Kant and Hegel to Habermas and Derrida, and the recent work of critical international theory, including Robert Cox and Andrew Linklater. By drawing on these debates, the book formulates an original theory of complementarity that brings together critical theory and critical international theory. It argues that complementarity—a governing principle in international law and politics—offers a conceptual framework for working toward two goals: engaging the changing contexts and forms of resistance and redressing some of the difficulties of applying critical theory to international relations. In adopting three critical perspectives on complementarity to analyze the evolving social and political contexts of global justice, this book provides an essential resource for undergraduate and graduate students and scholars interested in the application of critical theory to international relations.
Category: Political Science