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Political arena (continued)
57, 91; revolutionary, 204, 213, 218,
220, 230; science linked to, 205–7,
210; world-systems analysis and,
13–14, 27–29. See also 1968 world
revolution
Political science, 32, 109
Pomeranz, Ken, 155–56
Pond’s advertising, 177
Poovey, Mary, 30
Portuguese empire, 189, 200n2
Posner, Eric A., 201n19
Postcolonialism, vii, 79–98
Poststructuralism, 87
Praise. See Blame and praise
Prendergast, Christopher, 96n3
Prigogine, Ilya, 38
Prince (Machiavelli), 191
“Principle of Charity” (Quine), 213–15
Professionalization (of international
law), 193–95
Progressive narratives (of Western
developmentalism), 8–9, 31, 34–35,
37–38; humanities’ resistance to, 56
Psychoanalysis, 204, 211–13, 216
Pulsipher, Lydia, 147–48
Quantification, 30, 32
Quine, Willard Van Orman, 213–14
Race: Fanon and Wallerstein on, 203,
204; modern girl event and, 162,
182n14
Racism, 9, 21, 35, 56, 213, 216–20. See
also Inequality
Radice, Hugo, 125
Rafael, Vicente, 207
Rapp, Stephen, 147
Rationality, 12, 19, 20–21, 196; objec-
tivity and, 30; “paradox” of, 212, 213,
217–18; revised notion of, 202–22.
See also Facts; Objectivity; Universal
notions
Reclus, Elisée, 135n29, 148
Red Cross, 59n2, 144
“Refunctionalization,” 86
Regions: as superseding national
economies, 124–27, 131. See also Area
studies (regional studies)
“Relativization of scales,” 113, 136n36
Religion: capitalism’s rise and, 232;
human rights and, 19, 20, 188,
189–91, 196, 200n2, 216; study of, 21,
224–25. See also Secularism
République mondiale des lettres, La (Casa-
nova), 4, 91–92, 95n3
Resignation vs. indignation, 43
Responsibility. See Ethics
Reterritorialism (under globalizing
capitalism), 103, 104, 106, 107, 111,
112–13, 120–23, 126, 127, 130–32
Revue de droit international et de législa-
tion comparée (journal), 194
Rhetoric. See Language and rhetoric
Ricoeur, Paul, 43
“Rise and Future Demise of the World
Capitalist System, The” (Wallerstein),
45, 55
Rittenhouse, Anne, 166, 168
Ritter, Carl, 148
Rizal, José, 73, 75, 90
Road to Wigan Pier, The (Orwell), 59
Robertson, Roland, 119t, 135n36
Romantic movement, 14, 46
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 35
Rwanda, 58
Sahlins, Marshall, 48, 49, 52, 57
Said, Edward, 44, 47, 96nn3, 11
Sanson, Nicolas, 143, 144
Sayers, Derek, 164
Scale: cartographic sense of, 78, 83,
84–88; changing, due to globaliza-
tion, 103, 104, 107, 112–14, 123–33;
definition of, 83; geographic, applied
to comparative literature, 16–17,
78–98; “jumping,” 123, 125–26; meth-
odological, 18, 83, 84
Scholte, Jan Aart, 120–21
Sciences: as built on universal truths,
30–32, 36–38, 203, 210–11, 221; vs.
humanities, 5, 10, 23n5, 30–32, 36–37,
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