Contemporary Comparative Politics and Revival of Regime Analysis Contra Reviving Aristotle’s Regime Science*

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Clifford A. Bates, Jr.

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W artykule zasugerowano, że porównanie różnych modeli behawioralnych i podejścia post-behawioralnego (rozumianego przede wszystkim jako “powrót państwa” i pojęcie reżimu politycznego, będące wynikiem tego powrotu) w celu porównania systemów politycznych prowadzi do wniosku, że arystotelesowska nauka o reżimie jest nadrzędnym punktem odniesienia dla rozmaitych modeli większości koncepcji reżimu opracowanych w ramach współczesnej politologii porównawczej. Badając wszystkie te próby zmierzające do odrodzenia koncepcji reżimu jako instrumentu analizy zachowań politycznych człowieka dostrzega się, że podejście przyjęte przez Arystotelesa pozwala na celniejsze i dokładniejsze przedstawienie zachowań politycznych występujących w strukturze określonych społeczności politycznych kształtowanych według danego reżimu.

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Clifford A. Bates, Jr., Uniwersytet Warszawski

CLIFFORD ANGELL BATES, Jr. - od 2002 r. profesor Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego w Ośrodku Studiów Amerykańskich. Od 2004 r. wykładowca na studiach magisterskich z zakresu dyplomacji w ramach programu studiów drugiego stopnia powadzonych online na Uniwersytecie Norwich (w Northfield, Vermont, USA). Specjalizuje się w zakresie myśli politycznej i polityki porównawczej. W 2002 r. otrzymał stopień doktora nauk politycznych na Uniwersytecie Northern Illinois w DeKalb.

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