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THEORY OF WAR AND PEACE : the geophilosophy of europe

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THEORY OF WAR AND PEACE : the geophilosophy of europe
Title
THEORY OF WAR AND PEACE
Title remainder
the geophilosophy of europe
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the ontology of war and peace. Using the results of empirical and theoretical research in the field of geophilosophy, as well as neuroscience, psychology, social philosophy and military history, it defines axiomatics of the theory of war and peace; formulates its consequences; tests the theory on the geophilosophy of Europe; and offers a new theoretical basis for the definition of the European Security Strategy. The text proves that war and peace are ways to achieve a regulatory compromise between manifestations of the active principle, which was initially laid in the foundat
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BAZALUK, OLEG
Dewey number
337
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • War (Philosophy)
  • Peace (Philosophy)
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THEORY OF WAR AND PEACE : the geophilosophy of europe
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Publication
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One; 1.1 The categories of good and evil as a theoretical basis for war and peace; 1.2 War and peace in the theories of international relations; 1.3 War and Peace in the history and literature; Conclusion of chapter one; Chapter Two; 2.1 Research Methodology; 2.2 Axiomatics of the Theory of War and Peace; Conclusion of chapter two; Chapter Three; 3.1 In what ways does a mental space realize its potentials in the locus?; 3.2 What does a locus of civilisation mean for the mental space?
  • 3.3 What factors influence manifestations of a mental space in the locus of civilization?Conclusion of chapter three; Chapter Four; 4.1 The definition of war and peace; 4.2 The causes of endless localisation of Earth's space, or otherwise -- the causes of war; 4.3 The causes of the endless localisation of Earth's space, or otherwise -- the causes of peace; 4.4 The theory of war and peace. The main assertions; Conclusion of chapter four; Chapter Five; 5.1 Comprehension of war and peace in Plato's line; 5.2 The theory of war and peace in philosophical comprehension
  • 5.3 War and Peace is a prerogative of educational technologiesConclusion of chapter five; Chapter Six; 6.1 The features of geophilosophy of Europe; 6.2 Regularity of endless localisation in Europe of the 20th and beginning of 21st century; Conclusion of chapter six; Chapter Seven; 7.1 A brief history of the development of the European Security Strategy; 7.2 The features of the geophilosophy of Europe after the collapse of the USSR (1991-2013); 7.3 A new theoretical framework of the European Security Strategy; Conclusion of chapter seven; Conclusion; Bibliography
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ocn975923289
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781443879569
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)975923289
Label
THEORY OF WAR AND PEACE : the geophilosophy of europe
Publication
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One; 1.1 The categories of good and evil as a theoretical basis for war and peace; 1.2 War and peace in the theories of international relations; 1.3 War and Peace in the history and literature; Conclusion of chapter one; Chapter Two; 2.1 Research Methodology; 2.2 Axiomatics of the Theory of War and Peace; Conclusion of chapter two; Chapter Three; 3.1 In what ways does a mental space realize its potentials in the locus?; 3.2 What does a locus of civilisation mean for the mental space?
  • 3.3 What factors influence manifestations of a mental space in the locus of civilization?Conclusion of chapter three; Chapter Four; 4.1 The definition of war and peace; 4.2 The causes of endless localisation of Earth's space, or otherwise -- the causes of war; 4.3 The causes of the endless localisation of Earth's space, or otherwise -- the causes of peace; 4.4 The theory of war and peace. The main assertions; Conclusion of chapter four; Chapter Five; 5.1 Comprehension of war and peace in Plato's line; 5.2 The theory of war and peace in philosophical comprehension
  • 5.3 War and Peace is a prerogative of educational technologiesConclusion of chapter five; Chapter Six; 6.1 The features of geophilosophy of Europe; 6.2 Regularity of endless localisation in Europe of the 20th and beginning of 21st century; Conclusion of chapter six; Chapter Seven; 7.1 A brief history of the development of the European Security Strategy; 7.2 The features of the geophilosophy of Europe after the collapse of the USSR (1991-2013); 7.3 A new theoretical framework of the European Security Strategy; Conclusion of chapter seven; Conclusion; Bibliography
Control code
ocn975923289
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781443879569
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)975923289

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