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Morgenthau Reconsidered: The Origin and Meaning of Morality in Political Realism
Unformatted Document Text:  29 Seliger, Martin 1977: The Marxist Conception of Ideology, New York, NY. Shilliam, Robbie 2007: Morgenthau in Context: German Backwardness, German Intellectuals and the Rise and Fall of a Liberal Project, in: European Journal of International Relations 13: 3, 299-327. Smith, Tony 1994: Wilson and a World Safe for Democracy, in: America’s Mission. The United States and the Worldwide Struggle for Democracy in the Twentieth Century, Princeton, NJ, 84-109. Söllner, Alfons 1987a: Hans J. Morgenthau – ein deutscher Konservativer in Amerika? Eine Fallstudie zum Wissenstransfer durch Emigration, in: Rainer Erb/Michael Schmidt (Hg.), Antisemitismus und Jüdische Geschichte. Studien zu Ehren von Herbert A. Strauss, Berlin, 243-266. Söllner, Alfons 1987b: German Conservatism in America: Morgenthau’s Political Realism, in: Telos 72, 161-172. Söllner, Alfons 1988: Vom Völkerrecht zur Science of International Relations. Vier typische Vertreter der politikwissenschaftlichen Emigration, in: Ilja Srubar (Hg.), Exil, Wissenschaft, Identität. Die Emigration deutscher Sozialwissenschaftler 1933-1945, Frankfurt, 164-180. Waltz, Kenneth N. 1979: Theory of International Politics, New York, NY. Waltz, Kenneth N. 1990: Realist Thought and Neorealist Theory, in: Journal of International Affairs 44: 1, 21-37. Waever, Ole 1997: Figures of International Thought: Introducing Persons instead of Paradigms, in: Iver B. Neumann/Ole Waever (Eds.), The Future of International Relations. Masters in the Making, London, 1-37. Williams, Michael C. 2004: Why Ideas Matter in International Relations: Hans Morgenthau, Collective Identity, and the Moral Construction of Power Politics, in: International Organization 58: 4, 633-666. Williams, Michael C. 2005a: Hans Morgenthau and the Historical Construction of Realism, in: The Realist Tradition and the Limits of International Relations, Cambridge, 82-127. Williams, Michael C. 2005b: The Ethic of Responsibility, in: The Realist Tradition and the Limits of International Relations, Cambridge, 169-210. Williams, Michael C. 2005c: What is the National Interest? The Neoconservative Challenge in IR Theory, in: European Journal of International Relations 11: 3, 307-337. Williams, Michael C. (Ed.) 2007a: Realism Reconsidered. The Legacy of Hans Morgenthau in International Relations, Oxford. Williams, Michael C. 2007b: Introduction, in: Michael C. Williams 2007a, 1-17. Williams, Michael C. 2007c: Morgenthau now: Neoconservatism, National Greatness, and Realism, in: Michael C. Williams 2007a, 216-240. Wrightson, Patricia S. 1996: Morality, Realism, and Foreign Affairs: A Normative Realist Approach, in: Benjamin Frankel, 354-386.

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Seliger, Martin
1977: The Marxist Conception of Ideology, New York, NY.
Shilliam, Robbie
2007: Morgenthau in Context: German Backwardness, German Intellectuals and the
Rise and Fall of a Liberal Project, in: European Journal of International Relations 13: 3, 299-327.
Smith, Tony
1994: Wilson and a World Safe for Democracy, in: America’s Mission. The United States
and the Worldwide Struggle for Democracy in the Twentieth Century, Princeton, NJ, 84-109.
Söllner, Alfons
1987a: Hans J. Morgenthau – ein deutscher Konservativer in Amerika? Eine Fallstudie
zum Wissenstransfer durch Emigration, in: Rainer Erb/Michael Schmidt (Hg.), Antisemitismus und
Jüdische Geschichte. Studien zu Ehren von Herbert A. Strauss, Berlin, 243-266.
Söllner, Alfons
1987b: German Conservatism in America: Morgenthau’s Political Realism, in: Telos
72, 161-172.
Söllner, Alfons
1988: Vom Völkerrecht zur Science of International Relations. Vier typische Vertreter
der politikwissenschaftlichen Emigration, in: Ilja Srubar (Hg.), Exil, Wissenschaft, Identität. Die
Emigration deutscher Sozialwissenschaftler 1933-1945, Frankfurt, 164-180.
Waltz, Kenneth N.
1979: Theory of International Politics, New York, NY.
Waltz, Kenneth N.
1990: Realist Thought and Neorealist Theory, in: Journal of International Affairs
44: 1, 21-37.
Waever, Ole
1997: Figures of International Thought: Introducing Persons instead of Paradigms, in:
Iver B. Neumann/Ole Waever (Eds.), The Future of International Relations. Masters in the Making,
London, 1-37.
Williams, Michael C.
2004: Why Ideas Matter in International Relations: Hans Morgenthau,
Collective Identity, and the Moral Construction of Power Politics, in: International Organization 58: 4,
633-666.
Williams, Michael C.
2005a: Hans Morgenthau and the Historical Construction of Realism, in: The
Realist Tradition and the Limits of International Relations, Cambridge, 82-127.
Williams, Michael C.
2005b: The Ethic of Responsibility, in: The Realist Tradition and the Limits of
International Relations, Cambridge, 169-210.
Williams, Michael C.
2005c: What is the National Interest? The Neoconservative Challenge in IR
Theory, in: European Journal of International Relations 11: 3, 307-337.
Williams, Michael C.
(Ed.) 2007a: Realism Reconsidered. The Legacy of Hans Morgenthau in
International Relations, Oxford.
Williams, Michael C.
2007b: Introduction, in: Michael C. Williams 2007a, 1-17.
Williams, Michael C.
2007c: Morgenthau now: Neoconservatism, National Greatness, and Realism, in:
Michael C. Williams 2007a, 216-240.
Wrightson, Patricia S.
1996: Morality, Realism, and Foreign Affairs: A Normative Realist Approach,
in: Benjamin Frankel, 354-386.


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