This study is about a hypothesis in the theory of international relations,
a search, and what was found. It consists of eight chapters divided
into three parts.
Part One, containing one chapter, presents the hypothesis of Otto
von Gierke, Martin Wight and Hedley Bull that midway between the realist
(also referred to as the Machiavellian or Hobbesian) tradition and
the universalist (or Kantian or revolutionist) tradition there is the
Grotian (or rationalist or internationalist) tradition...[Show more]
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