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Medieval and Renaissance rulers investigated it for more practical reasons – they were trying to create an international order on foundations that would be more favourable for them. Sun Tzu, in his work Art of War paradoxically, presents his very interesting opinion on peace.
An example of such view is presented by Immanuel Kant in his Perpetual Peace: Kant writes that no state neither large nor small shall be conquered by other. His research work encompasses protection of human rights, international organizations, as well as some aspects of social-political history of the 19th-century Europe. He claims that wars will be eventually eliminated as a result of irreversible historical process. Antiquity and the Middle Ages with regard to the concept of peace among the countries.
Kant believed that only a union of sovereign republican states could lead to future universal peace. The conception of Hobbes aroused many polemics expressed by other political thinkers of that time, and frequently was a source of formulation of conceptions expressly oppositionist to it.
This matter was taken up by great philosopherslikeAristotle,Rousseau or Kant. One could say that, in a way, the work breaks with the convention of programmes of this kind created in the Enlightenment.
Within the Hellenic civilisation, the discussion upon the peace among nations was started by Thucidides – BC. The subject matter of this thesis has been taken up over the centuries by the greatest philosophers, from Plato orAristotle onwards. Moreover,atext describing the role of philosophers in the process of attaining perpetual peace constitutes an integral part of the treaty. By entering such union, states could put into effect their ideals of sovereignty, justice, and selfdetermination in universal order.
In order to do that, I shall study different views on that matter voiced by authors starting from ancient times up to the end of the 18th century. In spite of the startling cultural, artistic or ideological development, the Greek reality abounded with innumerable instances of fratricidal and ruthless wars. A programme for perpetual peace delivered by abbot Charles Francois Castel de Saint-Pierre, announced inwas a very interesting one. Deliberations about peace were an eminent part of Leviathan, a work of Thomas Hobbes.
Here Kant voices his opinion that to ensure the aforementioned state of peace, a federation of states should be established.
AdynamicconceptofpeacebyHugo Grotius was a theoretic concept which profoundly formed the foundations of contemporary law. I believe they are worth presenting, due to some interesting institutional solutions they introduced.
Reflection upon peace among countries in 18th century.
That drive is characteristic of individuals, as well as entire nations, and often lmktes apparent on the level of foreign policies of states.
His more developed concept interprets peace as a state of ascetic order based on love and mutual kindness among individuals, but also among large communities.
Calaméo – Bogumil Terminski, The history of the concept of the genuine and just peace
Such acts are, among others: Calle 18 No Av. The fourth article introduces a ban on incurring debts for wars, as he believed that states could only raise loans in order to improve the general economic situation of the country, and not to reinforce their militant capability. He believed that peace is.
There was a possibility to expand the association by other countries later on. It is related to international cooperation andco-existenceamongnations.
Bogumil Terminski, The history of the concept of the genuine and just peace
While analysing contemporary trends in thought on peace and war among nations, one should bear in mind that they are reminiscences of previous views on that matter, which are deeply rooted in socialws history of European philosophy. Liberal theories, as opposed to realistic concepts, highlight the necessity of cooperation among states and peaceful co-existence of nations.
Although fairly sceptical towards the idea that perpetual peace is possible to last, Rousseau believed that his conceptions on that matter could be put into decimonnicoos. The concept was based on founding an anti-Turkish association of European monarchs which was to encompass Bohemia, France, Poland, Burgundy, and Venice. El contenido de la Revista se estructura alrededor de cuatro secciones: Thestructure of the text in a form of a treaty poses a very interesting subject for analysis.
A sine qua non formaintainingpeaceis,accordingto Hobbes, respecting the agreements.