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Raymond Aron has characterized international relations as the specialized activity of diplomats and soldiers
Raymond Aron has characterized international relations as the specialized activity of diplomats and soldiers. However, soldiers, to paraphrase Clausewitz, have their own grammar but not their own logic. It is not an accident if armies
David P. Fidler, Stanley Hoffmann. Jean Jacques Rousseau can be an original and challenging thinker on international relations
David P. Jean Jacques Rousseau can be an original and challenging thinker on international relations. His thinking on the nature and dynamics of international politics represents a brilliant and disturbing contribution to our understanding of international affairs. Yet Rousseau's contribution has been largely overlooked because of the fragmentary nature of his writings on international politics.
Rousseau on International Relations. lxxvii, 196, (Bibliography) 5 and (Index) 12 pp. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 January 2009.
Rousseau On International Relations book. Hoffmann also participated as a political expert in the film The World According to Bush, dealing with the vicissitudes of the Bush administration after the 2000 presidential election. Books by Stanley Hoffmann.
Stanley Hoffmann seems to me to epitomize both styles in different . For instance, in his compelling essay contrasting Rousseau and Kant, Hoffmann concludes with the claim that the statesmans difficulty is that h. .
Stanley Hoffmann seems to me to epitomize both styles in different aspects of his work. For Hoffmann, the empirical study of international relations must be essentially interpretive, using a deep knowledge of history, and context, to understand the significance of events, to sort out the important from the unimportant, the auguries of future changes from transient ephemera. For instance, in his compelling essay contrasting Rousseau and Kant, Hoffmann concludes with the claim that the statesmans difficulty is that he must play the game of international competition, from which he can escape only exceptionally, and at the same time he ought not to lose sight of Kants ideal.
Similar books and articles . Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Politique Et Nation Actes du Iie Colloque International de Montmorency, 27 Septembre-4 Octobre 1995. Robert Thiery & Musée Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 2001. Jean-Jacques Rousseau Et la Crise Contemporaine de la Conscience Colloque International du Deuxième Centenaire de la Mort de . J. Rousseau, Chantilly, 5-8 Septembre 1978. Jean-Louis Leuba - 1980 - Beauchesne. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Transparency and Obstruction.
Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991).
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Also by David P. Fidler ROUSSEAU ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (Stanley Hoffmann and David P. Fidler, eds). SARS, Governance and the Globalization of Disease. EMPIRE AND COMMUNITY: EDMUND BURKE’S WRITING AND SPEECHES ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (David P. Fidler and Jennifer M. Welsh, eds). International law and infectious diseases.
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