Theories of World Governance: A Study in the History of Ideas

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For centuries, philosophers, political scientists, and jurists have struggled to understand the possibilities for justice and peace among a multiplicity of sovereign states. Like Dante, who sought to organize the world under the authority of the Holy Roman Empire, many theorists have tried to explain how sovereign states should be governed to ensure stability and peace in the absence of any established higher authority. Theories of World Governance traces the various conceptual approaches to world harmony from the close of ...

Theories of World Governance: A Study in the History of Ideas 1999, Catholic University of America Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780813209371

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