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Political style : the artistry of power

Author: Robert Hariman
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1995
Series: New practices of inquiry
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This study analyzes four dominant political styles: realist; courtly; republican; and bureaucratic. It examines political artistry in figures from antiquity to the modern day, and discusses the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hariman
ISBN: 0226316297 9780226316291
OCLC Number: 894209027
Description: xii, 259 s
Contents: Acknowledgments Ch. 1: Introduction Ch. 2: No Superficial Attractions and Ornaments: The Invention of Modernity in Machiavelli's Realist Style Ch. 3: No One Is in Charge Here: Ryszard Kapuscinski's Anatomy of the Courtly Style Ch. 4: In Oratory as in Life: Civic Performance in Cicero's Republican Style Ch. 5: A Boarder in One's Own Home: Franz Kafka's Parables of the Bureaucratic Style Ch. 6: Conclusion Notes Index
Series Title: New practices of inquiry


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