Fb2 A Study of War ePub
by Quincy Wright,L.L. Wright
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|Author:||Quincy Wright,L.L. Wright|
|Publisher:||University of Chicago Press; Abridged edition edition (1970)|
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A Study Of War Vol 11.
A Study Of War Vol 11. The University Of Chicago Press.
A Study Of War. by. Quincy Wright. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Quincy Wright d. ate. origpath: 30 d. dentifier. copyno: 1 d. scanningcentre: IIIT, Allahabad d. escription.
Louis Leonard Wright's abridgment of this classic work reorganizes some of Wright's material and deletes footnotes and appendixes, but still retains the power and impact of the original.
Philip Quincy Wright (December 28, 1890 – October 17, 1970) was an American political scientist based at the University of Chicago known for his pioneering work and expertise in international law and international relations. Daniel Gorman argues that Wright played a major role in transforming international law "from a set of guidelines by which states governed their interactions to a tool for enacting peaceful change in international relations.
QUINCY WRIGHT Professor of International Law The University of Chicago. A. METHOD OF ANALYSIS CHAPTER XVI SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND THE STUDY OF WAR analysis of war attempted in this section is not intended
QUINCY WRIGHT Professor of International Law The University of Chicago. THE for aesthetic realization or for moral guidance but for scien tific understanding. History develops generalizations true time and place of the past.
Quincy Wright attempted to examine the origins and evolution of warfare and to thereupon apply evident generalizations in hopes of controlling modern "oscillations of war and peace. He offered many definitions of "war," conceding the fact that war in some sense has always been present in human culture. Interestingly, he contended that only in the most modern age had war been seen as a "problem" by a significant percentage of the world's population.
This book is exactly what it seems, not more, not less. When they were asked to contribute to this book they had no instructions and no limitations were placed upon their views. It is an attempt to face the realities of the European war from the view point of the United States and its future. The contributors come from all walks of American life. They are men and women who have attained some distinction in education, in business, in public affairs, in religious leadership, and in the newspaper work. They come from all sections of life in this country and they were born in all regions.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Reading Ranciere: Critical Dissensus. He valued accuracy, facts, and truth more than any more appealing or preferred conclusions; and in his great book, A Study of War, he gathered, together with his collaborators, a larger body of relevant facts, insights, and far-ranging questions about war than anyone else has done.