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British liberal internationalism, 1880-1930 : Making progress?

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British liberal internationalism, 1880-1930 : Making progress?
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British liberal internationalism, 1880-1930
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Making progress?
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eng
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This book explores the development, character, and legacy of the ideology of liberal internationalism in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Britain. Liberal internationalism provided a powerful way of theorising and imagining international relations, and it dominated well-informed political discourse at a time when Britain was the most powerful country in the world. Its proponents focused on securing progress, generating order and enacting justice in international affairs. Liberal internationalism united a diverse group of intellectuals and public figures, and it left a lasting legacy
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
British liberal internationalism, 1880-1930 : Making progress?
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British liberal internationalism, 1880-1930 : Making progress?
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt155j9dz
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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Contents
  • 9780719079092; 9780719079092; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1; Introduction; Liberal international thought: explaining the blind spot; Liberal internationalism: ideology and context; Limits and remits; Outline of the book; Part I -- Beginnings; chapter 2; Victorian liberalism and the roots of liberal internationalism; Victorian liberalism; The roots of liberal internationalism; Delineating internationalism; Part II -- Languages; Chapter 3; Legal evolution and the redemption of international law; The spectre of Austin and British international law before 1870
  • Legal evolution and the march of civilisationPositivism, naturalism and the development of international law; The hidden hand of international law; The drawbacks of gradualism; Chapter 4; Philosophy and internationalist ethics; A note on philosophical idealism; War, evolution and internationalism: Herbert Spencer; Between principles and power: Henry Sidgwick's liberal internationalism; Conclusion; chapter 5; Liberal internationalism and the uses of history; A note on the British historical tradition; Nationality and empire: Bryce and the search for peace
  • John Morley, internationalism and the 'great man' theory of historyActon's ethics and the view from nowhere; Conclusion; Part III -- Traces; Chapter 6; Into the twentieth century; Law in the face of anarchy; Philosophy and the future of international politics; The internationalist appetite for history; Conclusion; Chapter 7; A postscript; Bibliography; Index
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1 online resource (289 pages)
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online
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9781781703151
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