International Relations in Political Thought: Texts from the Ancient Greeks to the First World War

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Christopher Brown, Chris Brown, Terry Nardin, Nicholas Rengger
Cambridge University Press, 2002 M04 25 - 617 pages
This unique collection presents texts in international relations that range from Ancient Greece to the First World War. It is the largest anthology currently available and includes extracts from works by fifty thinkers, including Thucydides, Augustine, Aquinas, Machiavelli, and John Stuart Mill. The texts are organized into broadly chronological sections, each headed by an introduction placing the work in its historical and philosophical context. Ideal for students and scholars, the volume also includes biographies and guides to further reading.
 

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Contents

II
1
III
17
IV
34
VI
61
VII
83
IX
86
XI
90
XII
95
LVIII
335
LX
341
LXII
349
LXIV
356
LXVI
370
LXVIII
379
LXX
394
LXXI
399

XIII
111
XIV
115
XVI
119
XVII
136
XIX
148
XXI
170
XXIII
174
XXV
177
XXVI
191
XXVIII
198
XXX
204
XXXII
213
XXXIV
221
XXXVI
231
XXXVIII
243
XL
257
XLII
262
XLIII
270
XLV
276
XLVII
281
XLIX
286
LI
292
LIII
301
LIV
307
LV
311
LVI
325
LXXII
407
LXXIV
410
LXXVI
416
LXXVIII
425
LXXIX
428
LXXX
429
LXXXI
432
LXXXII
450
LXXXIII
457
LXXXIV
470
LXXXVI
476
LXXXVIII
486
XC
494
XCII
506
XCIV
519
XCVI
532
XCVIII
535
C
538
CII
550
CIV
561
CVI
572
CVIII
575
CX
585
CXI
596
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Chris Brown is Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His publications include International Relations Theory: New Normative Approaches (1992), Understanding International Relations (1997), International Society, Global Polity: An Introduction to International Political Theory (2014). He also edited Political Restructuring in Europe: Ethical Perspectives (1994).

Terry Nardin is Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is the author of Law, Morality, and the Relations of States (1983) and The Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott (2001), and editor of Traditions of International Ethics (1992), The Ethics of War and Peace (1996), and International Society (1998).

Nicholas Rengger is Professor of Political Theory and International Relations at the University of St Andrews. His publications include International Relations, Political Theory and the Problem of Order (1999), Retreat from the Modern? (1996), Political Theory, Modernity and Postmodernity: Beyond Enlightenment and Critique (1995). He has edited Treaties and Alliances of the World, 6th edition (1995), Dilemmas of World Politics: International Issues in a Changing World (with John Baylis, 1992).

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