The International Thought of Martin Wight

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Springer, Sep 3, 2006 - Political Science - 221 pages
Martin Wight (1913-1972) was one of the most original and enigmatic international thinkers of the twentieth century. This new study, drawing upon Wright's published writings and unpublished papers, examines his work on international relations in the light of his wider thought, his religious beliefs, and his understanding of history.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Enigmatic Martin Wight
1
Chapter 2 The Christian in a Secular Age
21
Chapter 3 The Historians Purpose
43
Chapter 4 The Crisis of Modern Politics
65
Chapter 5 Systems of States
86
Chapter 6 International Society
111
Chapter 7 International Theory
133
The Legacy of Martin Wight
157
Notes
161
Bibliography
201
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IAN HALL is Lecturer in the School of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews, UK.

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