Nad dvìma knihami o "parlamentarismu"

March 2013
Politologicky Casopis;2013, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p93
Academic Journal
This text is a short reflection on the possibility of studying historical events through a political science approach. The two analyzed publications exemplify the possibility and the failure of such an approach. While the first book presents a coherent political science analysis of the past, the second publication fails to do so. In my text, I argue that by using appropriate theoretical foundations and methodological approaches, politics in the past can not only be effectively examined but that relevant conclusions can be reached as well.


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