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Having said that, The Anarchical Society can be rather boring for the International Relations student for the main reason that Bull says little that is new, at least in hindsight. Perhaps my worst complaint is that, in painting a picture of his world, Bull sets forth definitions that he has carefully constructed so that his world will fit his definitions. Reminiscent of Kant if I can remember back five years ago , Bull first sets out to define each of the terms he is working with — Bull seems consciously intent on forming a classic-to-be from the very start. He spends pages discussing exactly what is meant by order, both in general and referring to the international sphere.
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The issue of war in the English School of International Relations. E-mail: maikel. The war has an important role in the historical process in England, with direct influence to the theoretical thought produced in her academy. The focus of this article is the issue of war in the "English School of International Relations", through the analyses of Carr, Butterfield, Wight and Bull's works.
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