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Contextualismo enquanto metafísica da presença: A desconstrução do historicismo crítico pós-estruturalista

Tavares Furtado, Henrique

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Abstract

Theory of International Relations was influenced by French contemporary philosophy of the 1960's and 1970's. Poststructuralist authors like Walker, Thomson, Bartelson and Campbell sought to oppose neo realism's rigid ontology through a critical historiography and its contextualist method. The present paper aims to deconstruct the condition of possibility of this contextualism – the opposition present/past – through
derridian philosophy. It is concluded that the context, as a category that represents an aggregate of events, linguistic rules and epistemic structures presents to the phenomena studied is logically unachievable to both synchronic structuralist approaches and poststructuralism's diachronic logic. Keywords:

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Tavares Furtado, H. (2012). Contextualismo enquanto metafísica da presença: A desconstrução do historicismo crítico pós-estruturalista

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Jan 1, 2012
Publication Date Jun 1, 2012
Journal Revista Monções
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 1
Issue 1
Pages 257-281
Keywords deconstruction, historicism, poststructuralism, theory of international relations

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