Democracy And The Rule Of Law Cambridge Studies In The Theory Of Democracy PDF, ePub eBook
Democracy And The Rule Of Law Cambridge Studies In The Theory Of Democracy
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Political similarity one general criticism motivating research of different explanations is that actually the theory cannot claim that democracy causes peace because the evidence for democracies being in general more peaceful is very slight or non existent it only can support the claim that joint democracy causes peace. Political science studies the tasks of the politician or statesman politikos in much the way that medical science concerns the work of the physician see politics iv1 it is in fact the body of knowledge that such practitioners if truly expert will also wield in pursuing their tasks the . At its most basic the rule of law is the concept that the law applies to everyone equally this can be seen in the institutes rule of law principles. General overviews the democratic peace proposition has been lurking in western thought for millennia as weart 1998 shows but kant 1991 provides its first modern formulation
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