A Critical Examination of Kant's Hypothesis that Citizens should have an Interest in Avoiding War

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    Abstract

    In the paper I discuss the hypothesis that citizens of any well ordered republic will put their own rational interests before the ambitions of their rulers  suggesting that it is the hub of the entire project for a pacific federation  which lends some power of enforcement behind otherwise unsanctioned contractual international obligations. If so the premises need critical examination for their apparent simplicity is deceptive.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2006
    Number of pages14
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventKants Vision of Peace in his Zum Ewigen Frieden - København, Denmark
    Duration: 18 Jun 200616 Aug 2006

    Conference

    ConferenceKants Vision of Peace in his Zum Ewigen Frieden
    CountryDenmark
    CityKøbenhavn
    Period18/06/200616/08/2006

    Keywords

    • Kant
    • international law
    • constitutional law
    • peace
    • liberalism
    • republicanism

    Cite this

    Jarvad, I. M. (2006). A Critical Examination of Kant's Hypothesis that Citizens should have an Interest in Avoiding War. Paper presented at Kants Vision of Peace in his Zum Ewigen Frieden, København, Denmark.
    Jarvad, Ib Martin. / A Critical Examination of Kant's Hypothesis that Citizens should have an Interest in Avoiding War. Paper presented at Kants Vision of Peace in his Zum Ewigen Frieden, København, Denmark.14 p.
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