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The Politics Of Parliamentary Procedure

Author: Kari Palonen
Publisher: Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3847407872
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Currently, parliament as a political institution does not enjoy the best reputation. This book aims to recover less known political resources of the parliamentary mode of proceeding. The parliamentary procedure relies on regulating debates in a fair way and on constructing opposed perspectives on the agenda items.

The Politics Of Parliamentary Procedure

Author: Kari Palonen
Publisher: Verlag Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3847402935
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Currently, parliament as a political institution does not enjoy the best reputation. This book aims to recover less known political resources of the parliamentary mode of proceeding. The parliamentary procedure relies on regulating debates in a fair way and on constructing opposed perspectives on the agenda items. The British House of Commons provides the closest historical approximation for the parliamentary ideal type of politics. This book deals with the formation and conceptual change in the Westminster procedure, based on the way they are interpreted in the tracts on procedure. The tracts illustrate the changing parliamentary self-understanding from the 1570s to the present and the growing political role of procedural disputes. The parliamentary style of politics, as discussed in the tracts, can be divided into two genres: the politics of agenda-setting and the politics of debate. The book analyses their formation and overall conceptual change as well as the procedural responses to the increasingly scarce parliamentary time from the period after the 1832 parliamentary reform. It insists that in spite of claims on urgency and on government’s leadership the procedural resources of the House of Commons contribute to maintaining the debate-centred parliamentary style of politics.

From Oratory To Debate

Author: Kari Palonen
Publisher: Nomos Verlag
ISBN: 3845272961
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Recent studies manifest a new interest in the politics of internal parliamentary practices. The book presents a thesis that a shift from oratory to debate characterises the parliamentarisation of deliberative rhetoric. Parliamentary speeches are intelligible only as political interventions pro et contra to debates on motions on the agenda and the agenda-setting itself. Scholars of rhetoric and parliaments have been slow to recognise this shift and its political implications. The book analyses the rhetoric of Westminster-related writings from late 18th century to WWII among scholars and others outsiders in contrast to parliamentary insiders (officials, journalists, members). A special attention is given to John Stuart Mill and Walter Bagehot as the most prominent British parliamentary theorists and to cases studies on actual parliamentary debates. With its procedures and ways of dealing time the Westminster-style parliament is an exemplary political assembly of debating pro et contra.

In Debate With Kari Palonen

Author: Claudia Wiesner
Publisher: Nomos Verlag
ISBN: 3845255439
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In Debate with Kari Palonen is a collection of 48 essays written by scholars from a great variety of research fields. All essays discuss the scientific contributions of the Finnish political scientist Kari Palonen, from his views on political thought to the understanding of conceptual change and the study of politics as an activity. The essays critically engage with Palonen's arguments and explore their implications in the diverse domains of the social sciences and humanities. The first section of the book raises theoretical questions about the relationship between political theory and conceptual history, as well as the extension of the latter to other disciplines. The second section looks at past and contemporary political institutions, processes and constellations through the lenses of Palonen ́s oeuvre and thought. Here, particular emphasis is placed on politics as a concept and as an activity. The third section discusses the idea of plural histories, contingencies and intellectual engagements. This includes reflections situating Palonen within wider debates in the social sciences and humanities as well as identifying shifts in his work as it has developed. In Debate with Kari Palonen thus provides students and scholars alike with an exciting opportunity to observe cross-generational intellectual reactions to some of the many ideas and debates Palonen has initiated or contributed to.

Parliamentary Thinking

Author: Kari Palonen
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319905333
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The parliamentary style of politics has been formed over centuries; nobody theorised it in advance. This book presents a thought experiment to spell out key principles of the parliamentary ideal type of politics. Max Weber offers the main intellectual inspiration, Westminster parliament provides the main historical reference and the author’s studies on parliamentary procedure and rhetoric provide the background for the book. Parliamentary acting and thinking offer us the best example of politics as a contingent and controversial activity. Using a parliamentary imagination, the author constructs the ideal type in five main chapters: dissensual modes of proceeding; rhetoric of parliamentary debate; parliamentary formation and control of government; parliamentarians as politicians; and parliamentary time as their common subtext. In the last two chapters, the book outlines the possibilities of extending parliamentary judgment to politics beyond parliaments proper and the chances for parliamentary politics succeeding today.

Law Making And The Scottish Parliament

Author: Elaine E Sutherland
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748687661
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A study of legislative developments in areas of law and policy devolved to the Scottish Parliament.

The Politics Of Limited Times

Author: Kari Palonen
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh & Company
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Politics is inherently a play with time. The Politics of Limited Times offers a temporal reading of politics, combining ideal typical, rhetorical, and historical approaches. The study continues the author's work on the history of the concept of politics with a rhetorical analysis of the institutions and practices of playing with time. The parliamentarization and democratization of politics render the temporal horizons of politics shorter than in monarchic and bureaucratic regimes. The temporal layers of regular and recurrent occasions for change can be divided into individual lifetime, momentum, time-span, and calendar. This book contains chapters dealing with the democratization of suffrage, the alternation in government, parliamentary procedures and rhetorical practices, and the times politicians illustrate the interplay and opposition these layers have with each other. The concluding chapters connect the temporal layers to the play with the scarce time and to a defense of the short temporal horizons as the main advantage of parliamentary democracies. If a proverb says "statesmen think about next generations, politicians about next elections," this book encourages its readers to think like politicians.

The Moulding Of Ukraine

Author: Kataryna Wolczuk
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789639241244
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Offers a systematic examination of competing ideological visions of statehood and discusses them against the backdrop of historical traditions in Ukraine.

Parlament Und Regierung Im Neugeordneten Deutschland Zur Politischen Kritik Des Beamtentums Und Parteiwesens

Author: Max Weber
Publisher: Duncker & Humblot
ISBN: 342853512X
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-Der Verfasser, der vor bald drei Jahrzehnten konservativ wahlte und spater demokratisch, ...] ist weder aktiver Politiker, noch wird er es sein. Er verfugt auch das sei vorsichtshalber bemerkt uber keinerlei Beziehungen gleichviel welcher Art zu irgendwelchen deutschen Staatsmannern. ...] Er hat seinen politischen Standpunkt so wie jetzt gewahlt deshalb, weil die Erfahrungen der letzten Jahrzehnte ihn seit langem zu der festen Uberzeugung gebracht hatten: dass die bisherige Art der staatlichen Willensbildung und des politischen Betriebes bei uns jede deutsche Politik, gleichviel welches ihre Ziele seien, zum Scheitern verurteilen musse ...].- (Aus der Vorbemerkung des Verfassers)"