Tommaso Greco

Peace as principle

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Against the tradition that considers peace as a temporary absence of war, because it sees conflict as the original datum of human nature, we must attempt to place peace at the origin, starting from adequate anthropological assumptions and drawing out precise legal, political and institutional implications


  • Peace
  • War
  • Human nature
  • Legal pacifism
  • Political realism


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