Wright summarized this research in his magnum opus A Study of War 1942. American Journal of International Law. Pictorial paperback with black spine. In 1927, he was elected a Fellow of the. General Characteristics of Law concerning War 2. Today millions of men and women in medical work and medical research carry on this struggle against death. Abridgement of the two-volume edition.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Quincy Wright, left, and his brother Sewall with a portrait of their father, Phillip Green Wright. Modernism and Stability Part Two - Conditions Making For War V. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. American Political Scientists: A Dictionary.
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Peace in the Atomic Age Index. He did so for nearly half a century, not only as a defender of man's survival, but as a scientist. From such data, inferences could be drawn to estimate the speed and scope of processes increasing or decreasing the likelihood of uncontrolled large-scale conflicts and hence the size and power of the forces making for war or peace. Philip Quincy Wright December 28, 1890 — October 17, 1970 was an American based at the University of Chicago known for his pioneering work and expertise in and. A Study of War helped found several fields of research, including integration studies and the statistical study of conflict. If for any reason your order is not available to ship, you will not be charged. Other than A Study of War, Wright published a further 20 books and nearly 400 during his career.
Pages are clean, binding is sound. Quincy Wright did more than pile up information about war. The Process of Community-building 4. Tendencies and Forms of Families of Nations 2. While at the university, he cofounded the first international relations graduate program to be introduced in the United States 1928. Name of previous owner present. The following letter, published in The Journal of Conflict Resolution, urged that Quincy Wright be considered for a Nobel Peace Prize: Dr.
Includes a commentary on war since 1942. A few ink underlinings in Contents section. Louis Leonard Wright's abridgment of this classic work reorganizes some of Wright's material and deletes footnotes and appendixes, but still retains the power and impact of the original. Several of his books became standard texts, including Mandates Under the League of Nations 1930 and The Study of International Relations 1955. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Out-of-print and antiquarian booksellers since 1933. They still furnish suggestions for research for years to come.
Thus far, Nobel Prizes for Peace have been given to statesmen and to public figures, appealing to public opinion in ways promoting peace, often in connection with specific political issues. He was a member of the editorial board of the American Association of International Law from 1923 until his death. Boards and page edges soiled. According to of , War, to be abolished, must be understood. He was one of the co-founders of 's in 1928, the first in established in the.
To be understood, it must be studied. Any major psychological and cultural, or major social and political, or legal, or technological change in the world thus increases the risk of war, unless it is balanced by compensatory political, legal, cultural, and psychological adjustments. War, to be abolished, must be understood. These four factors correspond to the technological, legal, sociopolitical, and biological-psychological-cultural levels of human life, respectively. Wright has been considered a forerunner of peace research, anticipating the health sciences model that identifies war and violence as a preventable disease. Other works by him, such as Mandates under the League of Nations 1930 and The Study of International Relations 1955 , also had a wide readership and were frequently used as standard texts in university curricula.