IR 210 Session 38

IR 210 Session 38 - IR Lecture Notes 11.26.07 Session XXXVI For better or worse liberal institutional theory is a half-sibling of neo-realism R

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IR Lecture Notes 11.26.07 Session XXXVI For better or worse liberal institutional theory is a half-sibling of neo-realism . –R. Keohane and L. Martin It is now the 4 th quarter! Take-home final distributed on December 7 th . Worth 10/25 points. Reviews on December 12 th , 13rh, 15 th . Exam Dec 17 th at 8am. Today: -Neoliberals -Introduction to Grotian tradition I. Neoliberals A. Liberalism: broad category; informs all three worldview categories 1. Humankind can solve the problems that are out there; part of the enlightenment- we are smart enough to find solutions. 2. Four basic traditions of liberalism:
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a. Commercial: Bentham and Adam Smith; capitalism is a utopian theory- the enemy of capitalism is the state, which gets in the way of capitalism solving problems; peace through trade and commerce b. Republican: Kant; advocated small republics and democracies; a world of peaceful democracies; “democratic peace” c. Sociological: Karl Deutsch; the development of communities due to
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IR 210 Session 38 - IR Lecture Notes 11.26.07 Session XXXVI For better or worse liberal institutional theory is a half-sibling of neo-realism R

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