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political theory

n. an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation [syn: political orientation, ideology]

Political Theory (journal)

Political Theory is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes papers in the field of Political Science. From 2005 to 2012 the journal's editor was Professor Mary G. Dietz ( Northwestern University), she was succeeded by Professor Jane Bennett ( Johns Hopkins University - Department of Political Science). It has been in publication since 1973 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.

Usage examples of "political theory".

But even if there were only wholes, how would this translate into, say, political theory?

She waited for him on the appointed evenings, sitting naked under the blanket, reading essays on political theory or moral philosophy.

The reconciliation of liberty with government is a difficult problem, but it is one which any political theory must face.

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Cant, political theory, all to shore up the use of a planetary massacre machine.

And when something that necessarily did not admit of proof-such as religious doctrine, or political theory-was being expounded, the speaker's truthfulness in one sphere was often taken as a measure of his honesty in another.

The setting was classical, like much of colonial political theory, and told the story of a self-sacrificing republican martyr who perished in his opposition to Roman tyrannical rule.

Despite a passion for political theory, he had no interest in actual politics.