Philosophy and Peace

Russian Studies in Philosophy 12 (4):5-18 (1974)
Philosophy and peace is a subject uncommonly rich and diverse in the problems it involves. Here I want to deal with three questions that appear to me to be particularly significant and intimately interrelated. I will briefly consider the current understanding of questions of war and peace and peaceful coexistence; I will attempt to provide a concise analysis of the philosophical category "change" and point to some practical conclusions that derive from it; and I will touch on the question of the mutual connection between science and politics in the era of the revolution in science and technology
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-196712045
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