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Table of Contents: Volume 4, Issue 1
(1) Antonino Palumbo, Knowledge as a fictitious commodity: a Polanyian reading of the 'digital economy'.
(2) Karim Sadek, Radical Islamic Democracy.————————————————--(3) Daniel Hirst, A Theory of Harm Reduction.————————————————--
(4) Jeroen Van den Bosch, Introducing Regime Cluster Theory: Explaining Regional Diffusion Patterns of Democratization and Autocracy Promotion.
(5) Rafiq Islam, The Science of Fascism within a Democratic Framework: Part 1: Delinearized History of US Presidency.
(6) Harry Cephas Charsmar, Sovereignty vs Globalization: Indispensable Discourse due to Relationship.
The Editorial Board
The IJPT | ISSN 2371-3321
The International Journal of Political Theory (IJPT) is a political theory journal that publishes provocative new studies in the field of political theory and philosophy. The IJPT is open access, peer-reviewed and published annually. Its scope is multidisciplinary and accepts submissions from various fields, including political science, philosophy, religion, history, and sociology. General themes covered by the journal include but are not limited to comparative political thought, human rights discourse, and studies of prominent political theorists. The journal encourages challenging and provocative submissions, and publishes studies that take a diverse range of approaches and methods of comparison.
Aims and Scope
The International Journal of Political Theory publishes on current theoretical developments in the field of political thought, including comparative approaches and methodologies across disciplines. Studies in traditional political theory, the study of religion and politics, human rights, global democratization, and postcolonial discourse are all prominent and developing areas in the field. The journal also seeks to expand the field by publishing studies utilizing non-western approaches and thinkers as well as comparative studies.
In taking a multidisciplinary approach, this journal aims to repair the major methodological and cognitive ills of the field which are often limited in scope and approach. In the globalized world we face today, politics, law, philosophy, and other fields overlap in both method and content - the study of political philosophy is rarely isolated from its "non-political" disciplines.
What is important for the editorial team is the uniqueness and provocativeness of the contribution: the IJPT is meant to be a journal for unorthodox studies and theories. The IJPT also welcomes studies of contemporary political developments under new and existing theoretical frameworks.