By Andrew Linklater
Andrew Linklater has been the most cutting edge thinkers in diplomacy, introducing serious and moral components into the self-discipline which has compelled it to reconsider a lot of its easy assumptions. This publication builds in this physique of labor to increase an intensive new conception that demands a sophisticated method of diplomacy.
Key matters lined within the publication include:
- citizenship and humanity
- critical idea and political community
- the challenge of injury
- the sociology of states-systems.
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The normative dimension The tension between particularism and universalism is a recurrent theme in the history of Western moral and political thought. Ethical universalism has met with resistance on the grounds that ‘it renders our social and moral ties too open to dissolution by rational criticism’ (MacIntyre 1984). Yet moral favouritism has been problematical as well. As Miller maintains, the ‘duties we owe to our compatriots may be more extensive than the duties we owe to strangers’, but their privileged role must be justified nonetheless.
What this defence of universalism underlines is the importance of answerability to others; what it highlights is the need for the destruction of all systematic forms of exclusion and the pre-eminence of the obligation to develop global arrangements informed by the ethical ideal of securing the consent of each and every member of the human race. Universalism of this kind does not entail the demise of inner circles of obligations (circles that are not coextensive with the whole human race), but it does imply that the inner sanctum must be open to the scrutiny of outsiders if it affects their prima facie equal right to promote their own ends.
But clearly this has not always been the case. It is therefore important to develop a sociological analysis of the phenomenon of moral inclusion and exclusion in the history of international relations. This section analyses some perspectives and themes that are relevant to this task. It begins by arguing that realist and English School approaches to international relations analyse two forms of social learning that are central to any sociology of moral inclusion and exclusion in intersocietal systems.
Critical Theory and World Politics: Citizenship, State and Humanity by Andrew Linklater