IR 210 Session 30

IR 210 Session 30 - IR Lecture Notes 5.11.07 Session XXX...

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IR Lecture Notes 5.11.07 Session XXX Learning Objectives: -why worldviews? -foundational voices- realism -how would they think about current issues? -issues: war and violence, human security/poverty, human rights, global governance, environmental degradation For Wednesday: read Thucydides’ Melian Dialogue and find the core assumptions of realism in the text. worksheet! Do your own theoretical traditions worksheet. 2 extra points. A. Why worldviews? Boulding: The people whose decisions determine the policies and actions of nations do not respond to the objective facts of the situation- whatever that may mean, but their image of the situation. It is what we think the world is like not what it is really like that determines our behavior. 1. Our worldview has an affective (feelings and beliefs) and a cognitive (factual) side 2. Fisher’s 6 Functions of a Worldview: a. agenda for priorities and strategies for achieving those priorities.
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b. constrains behavior of states and individuals c. stability and continuity
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IR 210 Session 30 - IR Lecture Notes 5.11.07 Session XXX...

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