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Of Fears and Foes: Security and Insecurity in an Evolving Global Political Economy
The urge to theorize has been a driving force of Western intellectual tradition. It underlies academic discourse, giving the scientific enterprise its vitality. Without systematic theorizing much of contemporary culture, particularly technology, would be virtually unthinkable.
Krippendorff, Klaus. (2000). On the otherness that theory creates. In J. V. Ciprut (Ed.), Of fears and foes: Security and insecurity in an evolving global political economy (pp. 1-14). Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/asc_papers/296
Date Posted: 27 April 2012