By P. Lizée
The results of the increase of rising powers like China and India is turning into an important subject of dialogue in overseas experiences. This ebook specializes in the impression of those alterations at the approach we learn overseas politics: if foreign politics is altering, may still we additionally swap overseas experiences?
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Rationality, therefore, can only be the same everywhere and all the time. Difference here is also an impossibility, because only presence or absence are possible. Everywhere and all the time, there will be this dimension of selfreference and control of nature, because they are the only possible channel toward an instrumental conception of violence without which thought and rationality themselves cannot exist. There can be no pluralism of rationality. Rational thought without the prior control of violence is impossible, and any control of violence will bring rationality back toward the same common form.
It has been suggested time and again that his attempt to devise what amounted in his mind to a science of politics is best understood against the background of the broad paradigmatic shift toward scientificity and calculable rigor, set in motion by the advances in mathematics, geometry, and applied mechanics of his era. 29 For Hobbes, the fundamental law of his object of study – politics – is that the threat of violence always compels rational human beings to change the nature of their interaction through the creation of the Leviathan.
But, first, let us turn to Immanuel Kant and the way in which he opens up a sequence of arguments central to the development of an assumption of universality within the liberal literature. Kant’s thoughts on international politics are most often gleaned from a very precise series of texts. 5 What is usually taken from these texts? 6 Kant initially wants to reverse prevailing understandings of rationality, epistemology, and ontology. This is the first Copernican revolution. ”7 Assuming that true knowledge can come out of the experience of the object is wrong, because that experience is always limited precisely to the context and conditions in which the object is experienced: it is not the object that is known, but its experience.
A Whole New World: Reinventing International Studies for the Post-Western World (Palgrave Studies in International Relations) by P. Lizée