Thinking Ahead: The Advent of New Paradigms in International Relations Theory: “Truth unfolds in time through a communal process.” - Carroll Quigley
Realism, Idealism, Liberalism, Civilizationism, Integralism
International Relations Theory is a branch of Political Science that studies International Relations from a theoretical perspective. Historically, it was dominated by two paradigms — Realism and Liberalism. Recently, though, among other theories and perspectives an influential Civilizational Paradigm has emerged. The paper contains analysis of the roots, significance, as well as discontents of those schools of thought. Looking into the future, the author of this paper proposes the Integralistic Paradigm in International Relations Theory.
Alalykin-Izvekov, Vlad PhD
"Thinking Ahead: The Advent of New Paradigms in International Relations Theory: “Truth unfolds in time through a communal process.” - Carroll Quigley,"
Comparative Civilizations Review: Vol. 88:
88, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/ccr/vol88/iss88/7
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