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International Relations (POL203) midterm study guide Genealogy

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International Relations (POL203) midterm study guide Genealogy POL 203

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FIGURE 1:   A Genealogy of International Relations Theory in the West External founts: Sun Tzu et al. and Kautilya ca. 700­350 BCE [Antecedants: Gilgamesh, Homer, Heraclitus, ca. 2000 BCE­700 BCE] Greeks: Herodotus and Thucydides, Plato and Xenophon, ca. 400 BCE Romans: Polybius, Sallust, Livy, and Tacitus, ca. 150 BCE­100 CE [Antecedants: Medieval and Muslim thought: Dante, Al­Farabi, Ibn Khaldun, ca. 900­1400] The Renaissance: Machiavelli and Guicciardini, ca. 1500 Baroque period: Hobbes and Locke, ca. 1650­1700 The Enlightenment: Montesquieu, Rousseau, Hume, Smith, Publius, Kant, ca. 1750­1800 {Liberalism (more soon)} Methods: Comte, Mill, Ranke, Peirce, Sumner, ca. 1830­1880 Geopolitics: Mackinder and Mahan, ca. 1900 Germans: Hintze, Simmel, Meinecke, Schmitt, and Weber, ca. 1900­1930 {Classical Realism} {Constructivism (more soon)}  Carr and Morgenthau, ca. 1945 {Neorealism} {English School} Waltz, ca. 1980 Bull, ca. 1980 Jervis Snyder Walt  Posen Mearsheimer


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