Dr Torsten Michel

MA(Goett.), MSC(Lond.), PhD(St.And.)

  • BS8 1TU

20092018

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Research interests

My research areas cover IR theory, International Political Thought, 20th century Continental Thought as well as the Philosophy of (Social) Science. My PhD thesis developed a Heideggerian critique of Critical Realism in contemporary IR theory and is currently transformed into a book under review with CUP.

My current research projects focus on the notion and nature of and conditions for trust in international politics. The second project rethinks the notion of death in international politics specifically focussing on politically motivated mass death.

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Research Output

  • 8 Article (Academic Journal)
  • 2 Chapter in a book

Of particles and humans: the question of ‘human being’ in Alexander Wendt’s Quantum mind and social science

Michel, T., 13 Jul 2018, In : Millennium.

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    Third generation constructivism and the rhetoric of inquiry in international relations

    Michel, T., 1 Dec 2016, In : European Review of International Studies. 3, 3, p. 5-19 12 p.

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    Trust and International Relations

    Michel, T., 28 Sep 2016, Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations. James, P., Fierke, K., Freyberg-Inan, A., Gartner, S., Lobell, S. & Sandal, N. (eds.). Oxford University Press

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