What is the standing of a sovereign nation and what are its rights
relative to other sovereign nations? What is our obligation to
pursue peace? Can intervention in the affairs of another sovereign
nation be justified? Who, if any one, has the right to intervene?
In this short essay, Kant completes his political theory and
philosophy of history, considering the prospects for peace among
nations and addressing questions that remain central to our
thoughts about nationalism, war, and peace. Ted Humphrey provides
an eminently readable translation, along with a brief introduction
that sketches Kant's argument.
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