Teleology, Cyclicality and Episodism: Three competing views of change in international relations
The discipline of international relations is divided by competing conceptions of change. International relations formed as a modern discipline in response to humanity's growing destructiveness as monarchs, states and societies repeatedly went to war with each other. Twentieth-century scholarship in international relations grew up alongside a hopeful project embodied in an international movement: that if subjected to rational research and the close attention of concerned citizens, inter-state...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Book Title:||Change! Combining analytic approaches with street wisdom|
|Access Rights:||Open Access via publisher website|
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