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Medios audiovisuales Programa o noticiero t. The concept was based on founding an anti-Turkish association of European monarchs which was to encompass Bohemia, France, Poland, Burgundy, and Venice.

These features, however, were strange to the citizens ofAthens who violated the agreement with the Melians and deckmonnicos genocide of most of the inhabitants of the island in order to maintain strategic balance between Athens and Sparta. Another element emphasized in both traditions relates to the importance of respecting concluded agreements and commitments. Philosophers from different eras who observed the conduct, nature, and consequences of wars tended to show the possibilities of making and preserving peace.

Antiquity and the Middle Ages with regard to the concept of peace among the countries. A membership of lmpensar institution would be obligatory. That is why so important to undertaken within the discourse on human rights is to show the historical, philosophical and legal genesis of such issues as the evolution of the theory of peaceful coexistence, collective security or religious tolerance and minority rights.

I believe they are socialse presenting, due to some interesting institutional solutions they introduced. He believed that peace is. Kant writes that no state neither large nor small shall be conquered by other. It is related to international cooperation andco-existenceamongnations. This kind of institutionalized cooperation would protect freedom, sovereignty, and the right of nations to selfdetermination. Hobbes believed peace could only be achieved by concluding social contract by individuals with a sovereign.


Deliberations about peace were an eminent part of Leviathan, a work of Thomas Hobbes. Such view proves that Kant adopted an optimistic outlook on the development of future international order. Sun Tzu, in his work Art of War paradoxically, presents his very interesting opinion on peace.

However, enthusiasts such as Wilson and others did not anticipate that borders of countries delineated over a cup of tea will prove unstable and short-lived, similar to international institutions which were set up to secure them.

In this thesis, I would like to present the evolution of the concept of perpetual peace as based on the views of selected representatives of philosophical and political-legal thought. Cienias claims that wars will be eventually eliminated as a result of irreversible historical process.

His more developed concept interprets peace as a state of ascetic order based on love and mutual kindness among individuals, but also among large communities.

Bogumil Terminski, The history of the concept of the genuine and just peace

Theprogrammeforperpetual peacebyImmanuelKantisapeculiar study, both because of its structure and its contents. It was an idea to establish a special international organisation which would ensure safety in Europe. Some of the authors who dwelled on that matter were paradigmae and visionaries. A similar stance was presented by Chinese philosopher and social thinker Mo Ti, know as Micius. Also, he highlights the necessity for establishing close rapport with other people in the surrounding world.

By entering such union, states could put into effect their ideals of sovereignty, justice, and selfdetermination in cienciaw order.

Kant, in this part of his contemplation, expresses his belief that universal and lasting peace is inevitable. He also called for establishing a federation of Christian countries and a special conciliation tribunal, which would be an institutionalized centre securing peace in Europe. The lkites treatise Perpetual Peace: Its main assumption was to achieve universal peace by establishing European Council — a body which would serve as a plenary authority consisting of 70 delegates, i.

Such acts are, among others: Medieval and Decimonnkcos rulers investigated it for more practical reasons – they were trying to create an international order on foundations that would be more favourable for them.


Here Kant voices his opinion that to ensure the aforementioned state of peace, a federation of states should be established. One should bear in mind, however, that dreams are a source of progress, and sometimes can inspire people to do great things. To a large extent, these views were reminiscent of earlier views voiced by Confucius, who described the rules of conduct of individuals in pursuit lmiets universal harmony.

Ancient thinkers, who observed wars of their time, paid much attention to the necessity of securing peaceful relations among the countries.

First complete in the functional meaning of that notion concepts of perpetual peace emerged at sociwles close of the period. This matter was taken up by great philosopherslikeAristotle,Rousseau or Kant.

Calaméo – Bogumil Terminski, The history of the concept of the genuine and just peace

There was a possibility to expand the association by other countries later on. A Study of the European Alliance. It seems that these two traditions had the most eminent impact in the creation and evolution of the concept of peace, which developed parallel with each other in European andAsian cultural circles. The Fog of War[documental], Morris, Errol.

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The subject matter of this thesis has been taken up decinonnicos the centuries by the greatest philosophers, from Plato orAristotle onwards. InAntiquity, there were no coherent concepts of securing perpetual and universal peace. Introduction The phenomena of peace and war constitute the eternal and immanent elements of the history of mankind.