2 edition of Rational empires found in the catalog.
Leo J. Blanken
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Leo J. Blanken|
|LC Classifications||JC359 .B53 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0226056732, 0226056740|
|ISBN 10||9780226056739, 9780226056746|
|LC Control Number||2011039503|
A book of remarkable breadth and scope, it studies the lives of the citizens of ancient Rome, the plebs and the patricians, and reveals how a small 8th-century village, coming from humble beginnings, rose to become the undisputed hegemon of the Mediterranean. As a rational skeptic, Beard's writing is engaging and takes an inquisitive, probing. While that's often just fine, and many excellent genre books have been written without any rational explanation for the existence of empire, Williams actually gives a plausible explanation for such a cumbersome and inefficient social structure: Religion. Old-fashioned, fanatical, unyielding, uncompromising, burn-the-heretics religion.
This time the four empires were represented by four beasts: a lion (Babylonian Empire), a bear (Medo-Persian Empire), a leopard (Greco-Macedonian Empire) and a fourth beast described as “terrible” and unlike the other three (Daniel Daniel  In the first year of Belshazzar king of Babylon Daniel had a dream and visions of his. Tim Ferriss, the number-one New York Times best-selling author of The 4-Hour Workweek, shares the ultimate choose-your-own-adventure book - a compilation of tools, tactics, and habits from + of the world's top iconic entrepreneurs to elite athletes, from artists to billionaire investors, their short profiles can help you answer life's most challenging questions, achieve.
[Of Empires and Citizens] makes a nice addition to the comparative politics literature by emphasizing how geostrategic relations shape state-society negotiations over political change [R]eaders will gain many insights about Jordanian and Kuwaiti political beliefs from the public opinion surveys and interviews from to that the. Rational Empires will be seen as a model of how to employ some of the latest developments in the rational choice literature to international politics.” Review by David M. Edelstein, Georgetown Title: Associate Professor at Naval .
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“Like many compelling detective stories, Rational Empires begins with an interesting empirical puzzle: why, during the latter half of the nineteenth century, Rational empires book Great Britain, a liberal democratic state, pursue empire with increasing vigor counter to prevailing social, political, and economic theories.
[The book] is an ingenious attempt to explain the anomaly and place it and other Cited by: 7. Rational Empires is both a good read and a major analytical work that will be of interest to those who study imperialism, property rights, institutions, and conflict. Scott Sigmund Gartner In Rational Empires, Leo J.
Blanken develops an intriguing and innovative theoretical framework that sets his work apart from both the realist and constructivist accounts of : Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion - Kindle edition by Blanken, Leo J.
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Download for. Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion. Leo J. Blanken. The nineteenth century marked the high point of imperialism, when tsarist Russia expanded to the Pacific and the sun was said never to set on the British Empire.
Imperialism remains a perennial issue in international relations today, and nowhere is this more evident than in the intensifying competition for global.
The enduring puzzles of formal imperialism --An institutional theory of formal imperialism --The curiously courteous scramble: the case of tropical Africa --Failing to carve the dragon: the case of Qing dynasty China --From plunder to public goods: the case of British India --Conclusions: the past and future of rational empires.
Responsibility. This provocative book by a young political scientist advances a rationalist theory of imperialism that sees all states as “revenue maximizers.” What were the economic and geopolitical forces that led great powers to build empires and colonize distant peoples.
Rofé completed a new book, entitled The Intuitive Rational-Choice Theory of Madness: Schizophrenia, Criminal Insanity and Neurosis: The Fallen Empires of Psychoanalysis, Medical Models and Drug Companies. Distinguished researchers, including Professor Robert Aumann, Nobel Prize Winner in economics, acknowledged the merits of this book.
Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion. By Leo J. Blanken Reviewed By G This provocative book by a young political scientist advances a rationalist theory of imperialism that sees all states as “revenue maximizers.” Blanken argues that closed, autocratic states are more likely to engage in territorial.
Get this from a library. Rational empires: institutional incentives and imperial expansion. [Leo J Blanken] -- The nineteenth century marked the high point of imperialism, when tsarist Russia expanded to the Pacific and the sun was said never to set on the British Empire.
Imperialism remains a perennial issue. Like many compelling detective stories, Leo J. Blanken’s book, Rational Empires, begins with an interesting empirical puzzle: why, during the latter half of the nineteenth century, did Great Britain, a liberal democratic state, pursue empire with increasing vigor counter to prevailing social, political, and economic theories.
The book is somewhat dry in places, but for the most part, the author presents a nuanced view of all of the participants, This book presents a detailed history of relations between the Ottoman and Russian Empires in the years leading up to World War I, and during the war.4/5(17).
legislator, warrior, conqueror of ideas, restorer of rational dogmas, of a cult without images; the founder of twenty terrestrial empires and of one spiritual empire, that is Muhammad. As regards all standards by which human greatness may be measured, we may well ask, is there any man greater than he.
Sam Sykes returns with a new fantasy that introduces to an unforgettable outcast magician caught between two warring empires. Among humans, none have power like mages. And among mages, none have will like Sal the Cacophony. Once revered, now vagrant, she walks a wasteland scarred by generations of magical warfare/5().
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The book includes a foreword by Gen. George W. Casey Jr. (USA, Ret.), former chief of staff of the US Army and former commander, Multi-National Force-Iraq. Leo J. Blanken is an associate professor in the Defense Analysis Department at the US Naval Postgraduate School and author of Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion.
what one book Collapse of Empires benign, gradual process, Ward-Perkins cites the sudden scarcity of fine pot-tery, coinage, and roof tiles to argue that the sundering of Rome’s extensive commercial network had immediate and severe consequences for the every.
Book Review: 'Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion', by Leo Blanken (Global Discourse). Rational Empires: Institutional Incentives and Imperial Expansion, University Of Chicago Press, ; Barbara Bush, Imperialism and Postcolonialism (History: Concepts,Theories and Practice), Longmans,ISBN ; Darwin, John.
After Tamerlane: The Rise and Fall of Global Empires, –, Penguin Books. Rational Empires is both a good read and a major analytical work that will be of interest to those who study imperialism, property rights, institutions, and conflict." --Scott Sigmund Gartner, Pennsylvania State University "Imperialism" is an evocative word.
The premise of Ainslie’s book is that each of us is a multiplicity of “selves” that compete with one another for control — like the alcoholic’s rational self, taking medication in the.Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World () is a history book written by Jack Weatherford, Dewitt Wallace Professor of Anthropology at Macalester is a narrative of the rise and influence of Genghis Khan and his successors, and their influence on European civilization.
Weatherford provides a different slant on Genghis Khan than has been typical in most Western accounts.