Translation is indispensible to transmissions of knowledge across time and place to understanding how and what others think there is a vast stock of theories about how to translate deriving mainly from controversies about sacred and literary works yet there is little discussion of the distinctive issues involved in translating political and social thought. Why concepts matter translating social and political thought studies in the history of political thought by martin burke contributor melvin richter contributor be the first to review this item. Art history asian studies book history and cartography biblical studies classical studies education history jewish studies literature and cultural studies language and linguistics middle east and islamic studies philosophy religious studies slavic and eurasian studies social sciences theology and world christianity human rights and humanitarian law international law . This is the third of three entries for the blackwell dictionary of modern social thought on non liberal regime types the two previous entries also available on researchgate are on caesarism and bonapartism. The editors of this collection of conference papers turned into book chapters note that little has been written on translation in social and political thought and therefore aim to initiate a dialogue between translation studies and conceptual history
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