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by Andrew Linklater

Men and Citizens in the Theory of International Relations epub ebook

Author: Andrew Linklater
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (February 1, 1982)
Pages: 232 pages
ISBN: 0312528728
ISBN13: 978-0312528720
Rating: 4.7
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He was educated at the Universities of Aberdeen and Oxford and the London School of Economics. Published by Palgrave Macmillan in association with the London School of Economics.

In 2000, he was featured as one of the fifty thinkers in Martin Griffith's Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations.

Men and Citizens in International Relations. Internal and External Concepts of Obligation in the Theory of International Relations. Pufendorf’s Theory of International Relations. Vattel’s Society of States. Kantian Ethics and International Relations.

1982 book Men and Citizens in the Theory of International Relations to his most recent work on Th.

1982 book Men and Citizens in the Theory of International Relations to his most recent work on The. Problem of Harm in World Politics, and covers the development of IR as a global discipline from the. 1970s until today. As a result, new forms of political community and citizenship have become possible.

Men And Citizens In T. .Nonetheless, it is still one of the few works that aims to apply political theory to the international realm and it remains a classic of international relations. It is well worth a read, especially with the recent surge in literature tackling the ethical conundrum of a world state as one way to overcome moral particularism.

This quotation reveals that Bull thought that explanatory and consti-tutive theory are both necessary in the study of international relations: intellectual enquiry would be incomplete without the effort to increase understanding on both fronts.

Men and Citizens in context Men and Citizens began its life as a doctoral thesis at the London School of Economics .

Men and Citizens in context Men and Citizens began its life as a doctoral thesis at the London School of Economics under the supervision of Michael Donelan. It was submitted in 1978 with the title Obligations beyond the State: The Individual, the State and Humanity in International Theory.

The case for a critical sociology of moral boundaries in international relations is presented in the final sections of the book. Format Paperback 254 pages.

Men and Citizens in the Theory of International Relations deals with the tension between the obligations of citizenship and the obligations of humanity in modern theories of the state and international relations. It contains an historical overview of the way in which the relationship between citizenship and humanity has been conceived in political theory since the seventeenth century. Drawing upon the German idea of freedom developed in the writings of Kant, Hegel and Marx, Men and Citizens argues for the primacy of obligations to the human race. A postscript to this new edition provides a commentary on the writings of Habermas and Foucault. The line of argument developed in the first edition is reconsidered in the light of the current debate between critical theorists and anti-foundationalists. The case for a critical sociology of moral boundaries in international relations is presented in the final sections of the book.
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