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The case for a foundational materialism: going beyond historical materialist IPE in order to strengthen it

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  1. This is not to dismiss Jackson's (2010) claim that constructivist IR/IPE is not based on constructivist philosophies of social science, but at the same time this is how ‘constructivism’ tends to be viewed (and self-defined) in IR/IPE.

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Bruff, I. The case for a foundational materialism: going beyond historical materialist IPE in order to strengthen it. J Int Relat Dev 14, 391–399 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1057/jird.2011.10

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