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Scholarly Works

Nathan Dinneen
Assistant Professor

2017 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dinneen, Nathan. "Ecological Scenario Planning and the Question of the Best Regime in the Political Theory of Hans Jonas." Environmental Politics 26. 5 (2017): 938-955. Print. «

Dinneen, Nathan. "The Socratic Teaching of Constructivism: A Reading of Pangle and Ahrensdorf’s Justice Among Nations: On the Moral Basis of Power and Peace." Perspectives on Political Science 46. 3 (2017): 187-198. Print. «

Published Review

Dinneen, Nathan. "Review Essay." Rev. of Leo Strauss on Science: Thoughts on the Relation between Natural Science and Political Philosophy, by Svetozar Minkov. Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy 2017: 75-81. Print.

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dinneen, Nathan. "Aristotle’s Political Economy: Three Waves of Interpretation." POLIS: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought 26. 5 (2015): 938-955. Print. «

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dinneen, Nathan. "Hans Jonas's Noble 'Heuristics of Fear': Neither the Good Lie Nor the Terrible Truth." Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 10. 2 (2014): 1-21. Print. «

Dinneen, Nathan. "Progress or Return? Interpreting Leopold's 'Land Ethic' as an Evolutionary-Ecological Critique of Modernity." Environmental Politics 23. 4 (2014): 688-703. Print. «

Published Review

Dinneen, Nathan. Rev. of Retrieving Aristotle in an Age of Crisis, by David Roochnik. Perspectives on Political Science 2014: 179-180. Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Dinneen, Nathan. "The Corinthian Thesis: On the Oratorical Origins of the Idea of the Balance of Power in Herodotus, Thucydides, and Xenophon." Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. 22 Sep. 2016. Conference Presentation. ∆

2013 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dinneen, Nathan. "Precautionary Discourse: Thinking Through the Distinction Between the Precautionary Principle and the Precautionary Approach in Theory and Practice." Politics and the Life Sciences 32. 1 (2013): 2-21. Print. *