Wars, Revolutions, Dictatorships: Studies of Historical and Contemporary Problems from a Comparative Viewpoint
Psychology Press, 1992 - 232 стор.
First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. We can define war as organised fighting between groups of individuals belonging to the same species but occupying distinct territories, thus distinguishing war from fights between isolated individuals as well as from struggles between groups living intermingled within the same territory, which can be classified as rebellions, revolutions, riots and so on.The articles included in this volume were written in the 1970s and 1980s and published in very diverse journals and proceedings of conferences, in one case only in German.
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A Typology of Revolutions from
The Fascists and the Old Ruling Classes
What is Unique in Apartheid?
On the Peaceful Disposition of Military
Military Art and Mind
Nationalism Inequality of Classes
The Meaning of Imperialism and Some Related
Pacifism and the Nature of War
The Ecological Predicament and the Danger
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