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The Question of Peace in Modern Political Thought, edited by Toivo Koivukoski and David Edward Tabachnick

Foreword | John Gittings

Introduction | Toivo Koivukoski and David Edward Tabachnick

Transition to Modernity: The Place of God and Myth

1 By the Grace of God: Martin Luther’s Two Kingdoms | Jarrett A. Carty

2 A Secure and Healthy Life: Spinoza on the Prospects for Peace | Paul Bagley

Modern Definitions of Peace: State and Law as Means to Peace

3 Thomas Hobbes on the Path to Peace: Love of Glory versus Realist Foreign Policy | Laurie M. Johnson

4 John Locke’s Liberal Path to Peace | Jeffery Sikkenga

5 Vattel on Morally Non-Discriminatory Peace | Benjamin Holland

6 In Search for Laws above Nations: Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Perpetual Peace | René Paddags

7 Kant, Cosmopolitan Right, and the Prospects for Global Peace | Leah Bradshaw

8 Hegel on Peace | Mark Blitz

Late-Modern Critiques of the Security of States as Approximations of Peace

9 Seeking Peace in Nature: A Reading of Thoreau on Ecology and Economy | Toivo Koivukoski

10 Heidegger’s Polemical Peace: Outer Violence for Inner Harmony | David Edward Tabachnick

11 The State of Exception, Divine Violence, and Peace: Walter Benjamin’s Lesson | Hermínio Meireles Teixeira

12 Hannah Arendt on Peace as a Means to Politics | Diane Enns

13 Defining Peace: Jacques Derrida’s “Impossible Friendship” and “Democracy to Come” | Pamela Huber

14 Habermas on Peace and Democratic Legitimacy | David A. Borman

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