History of the Kosovo wars from a sciological perspective
Added: December 10, 2016
Финансы и бизнес 2012 № 1 С. 203-213
Theorists and practical men discussed about the nature of amortization in Russia at the turn of the 19—20 centuries. The formation of the accounting of amortization in Russia is considered in the article in the framework of this discussion. ...
Added: January 25, 2013
Российский научный журнал 2011 № 20 С. 83-94
The Private Military Companies (PMC) become more and more active in contemporary warfare, which is especially true of the United States of America. The Private Military Companies are also very important enterprises of contemporary economy, which grow rapidly. The rapid growth of PMC causes many problems. The article deals with some moral and political problems ...
Added: September 14, 2012
, in: Nonviolence as a Way of Life: History, Theory, Practice. History, Theory, Practice. Vol. 1: Volume 1.: Motilal Banarsidass Publisher, 2017.. Ch. 18. P. 271-296.
Violence is the major threat to civilization. Since the monopoly on violence belongs to political states, the core problem is the excessive violence of the states. There are two aspects to this problem: violence toward the citizens of the state, and violence toward other states. The author treats these two facets of violence as two ...
Added: November 7, 2015
Вопросы философии 2020 № 2 С. 14-25
The ongoing current transformation of war is different from the transformations of the past not only in scope, but also in its meaning and profoundness. This transformation is comparable only to the profound transformation, which was taking place at the dawn of Modernity and led to the emergence of the sovereign states. The contemporary transformation is triggered by the ...
Added: March 12, 2020
Studia Philosophiae Christianae 2017 Vol. 53 No. 3 P. 115-126
The author is seeking for an answer for the question whether a person is responsible for aggressive policy of his national leader. In order to find an answer Arendt’s, Walzer’s and McMahan’s views on the problem of personal responsibility were juxtaposed. The author agrees with Arendt and McMahan that responsibility presupposes thinking. Taking into account ...
Added: April 15, 2016
M.: National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2015
From the beginning, sociology has tried to explain the emergence of social order, and to describe the conditions of solidarity. It has often been criticized for neglecting social conflicts, revolutions, and warfare. However, some sociologists have always been concerned with conflicts and revolutions. Warfare, indeed, has been a rare focus of sociological inquiry. It has ...
Added: October 20, 2015
Диоген 2017 Vol. 25 No. 2 P. 162-192
Brian Orend, one of the leading just war theorists, is best known today for elaborating jus post bellum principles while his works contain another distinctive component, concept of “minimally just” political community. This article explores Orend’s conception of “minimally just” political community, especially the meaning of this concept for Orend’s version of just war theory. ...
Added: December 14, 2016
Философские науки 2020 Т. 63 № 1 С. 85-100
The article raises the question of the modern meaning of Kant's doctrine of war. The context and content of the key provisions of Kant's concept of pepetual peace are considered. At the same time, we note the ideological relationship between Kant and previous authors who made proposals on the need to build alliances of states ...
Added: June 22, 2020
Война и воинские традиции в культурах народов Юга России (V Токаревские чтения): Материалы Всероссийской научно-практической конференции (г. Ростов-на-Дону, 6–7 мая 2016 г.)
В сборник включены материалы Всероссийской научно-практической конференции «Война и воинские традиции в культурах народов Юга России» (V Токаревские чтения), проходившей 6−7 мая 2016 г. на базе Института истории и международных отношений ЮФУ. Конференция посвящена памяти выдающегося отечественного конструктора-оружейника Ф.В. Токарева, родившегося на Дону в 1871 г. Доклады конференции освещают темы войны и воинских традиций в истории ...
Added: October 3, 2016
Философские науки 2020 Т. 63 № 11 С. 58-73
The article deals with the problem of moral justification of humanitarian intervention by modern just war theorists. At the beginning of the article, we discuss the evolution of the dominant paradigms of the moral justification of war and explain why the theory and practice of humanitarian intervention appears only at the present stage of the ...
Added: August 11, 2021
Српска политичка мисао 2016 Vol. 23 No. 51 P. 31-47
The author of this paper presents the dilemmas over the meaning of victory in contemporary wars, arguing that wars such as "war on terror", "humanitarian intervention" and especially "just war" seem to be unwinnable. In the first part of the paper the author presents the normative meaning of the term "victory" which goes beyond the ...
Added: November 7, 2015
Вестник Православного Свято-Тихоновского гуманитарного университета. Серия 1: Богословие. Философия. Религиоведение 2017 № 1(70) С. 63-81
The paper considers various conceptualisations of war in works by the French philosopher Georges Bataille as well as their relationship with the notion of the sacred. It is suggested that this philosopher was the fi rst to propose such formulation of the problem that emerged at the intersection of two interrelated views, namely the one ...
Added: April 26, 2017
Cross - Cultural Research 2007 Vol. 41 P. 307-335
This article hypothesizes that in societies where spouses are considered to have relatively equal status, they are more likely to be intimate with one another than in societies where there is spousal status inequality. The authors ask: What are the core attributes of intimacy between husband and wife cross-culturally? And what sociocultural norms and practices are ...
Added: March 8, 2013
Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines 2007 No. 1(2) P. 96-117
The dispersed character of terrorism as a practice became more coherent to the Western realm through the operationalisation of counter terrorist discourses. The media played a major role in that in the sense that they provided public ‘visibility’ upon the potentiality of terrorist threat. What this essay would like to discuss is the way such ...
Added: December 2, 2014
Философские науки 2017 № 3 С. 38-52
The article describes the way to possible reconstruction of the First World War image as it was captured by Russian religious philosopher S.L. Frank. The author proposes to apply not only for Frank’s war period articles but also for his large social and political works of 20-40s of 20th century in order to get entire ...
Added: October 16, 2015
Journal of Peace Research 2015 Vol. 52 No. 4 P. 418-434
The Democratic Peace thesis suggests that the absence of war between major powers since 1945 is caused by the spread of democracy. The Capitalist Peace thesis emphasizes trade and the rise of knowledge economies as the forces driving peace. Complementing these interpretations, we present empirical evidence of a cultural change that is making peace more ...
Added: September 3, 2015
Studia Religiosa Rossica: научный журнал о религии 2019 № 2 С. 103-114
The article is a review of the book by anthropologist and theologian Rene Girard “Battling to the End: Conversations with Benoit Chantre”. The author examines the key ideas of the book in their relation to earlier works of Girard. Girard’s interpretation of the book “On war” by Carl von Clausewitz is also analyzed. It is suggested ...
Added: November 5, 2019
, in: Collective Memories in War. .: L., NY: Routledge, 2016.. P. 1-7.
This monograph has been written based on the results of a joint Russian-Polish project devoted to problems of social memory in various socio-cultural contexts, and it deals with the modern politics of memory in Eastern European countries.In the book, two conceptual patterns intersect: concepts of social memory and concepts of war memory studies. The problematic ...
Added: February 10, 2016
, in: The Ethics of Counter-Terrorism. .: Brill, 2017..
We tend to define terrorism as an action or practice that leads us to the moral assessment of terrorism. However, moral interpretation of terrorism appears to be incomplete because terrorism exceeds the moral boundaries and reveals itself primarily as a political issue. Terrorism as a phenomenon of political life should be understood in terms of ...
Added: September 28, 2016
Minimal Justice and Regime Change in Brian Orend’s Political Ethics / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP20 "Философия и исследования культуры". 2016.
Brian Orend, one of the leading just war theorists, is best known today for elaborating jus post bellum principles while his works contain another distinctive component, concept of “minimally just” political community. This article explores Briand Orend’s conception of “minimally just” political community, especially the meaning of this concept for Orend’s version of just war ...
Added: October 16, 2015
В кн.: Этика войны и мира: история и перспективы исследования. .: СПб.: Алетейя, 2016.. С. 39-48.
This work is dedicated to the identification the place of the question of war and revolution in the Arendt's political theory. Its aim is to reveal the Arendt’s understanding of war and revolution as political phenomena. For this purpose will be considered the questions: What can be regarded as a key feature of the political ...
Added: December 9, 2015
Культура: управление, экономика, право 2016 № 2 С. 6-12
This article explores Briand Orend’s concept of minimally just political community, especially the meaning of this concept for Orend’s version of just war theory. Orend uses Kantian political and moral philosophy in order to prove there are two key functions of state: protection of human rights and establishing order. Since human rights are universal, a ...
Added: April 14, 2016
Political, technological, economic and social processes 2013
This paper outline the most essential components of Hegel’s concept of war. Hegel was one of the founders of the modern international law and his concept of war influenced on the formation of modern international law. In this research we will try to rediscover Hegel’s thoughts about war and to show the correlation between Hegel’s ...
Added: December 12, 2013