With reference to Kant’s World Society, (a) how do they contribute to one of

With reference to Kant’s World Society, (a) how do they contribute to one of the English School traditions explored in this unit’s lecture series, and in turn (b) how does this English School tradition explain the relationship between order, violence and justice? The English School incorporates realist postulates, such as an emphasis on the primacy of states interacting in an anarchic system, but combines that realist understanding with the notion of a human element emerging from the domestic sphere. Kai Alderson and Andrew Hurrell claim that ‘international relations cannot be understood simply in terms of anarchy or a Hobbesian state of war’.[4] The most important element of the English School, international society, therefore operates based on the influence of both the international system (realism) and world society (revolutionism).

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