Filosofiâ I Kosmologiâ 18:85-103 (2017)

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Many different views on the problem of “war” and “peace” were substantively explored for several millennia. From our point of view, the theoretical and empirical basis of “war” and “peace” was made up principally from research in three areas: Religion, ethics, philosophy and psychology, as comprehension of the normative-evaluative categories of good and evil; Philosophy, political science, sociology and jurisprudence, in the theories of international relations; History, fiction as well as documentary, memoir, reference, technical literature on the subject of “war” and “peace.” For such a significant amount of time, there was a wealth of factual and theoretical material accumulated in each of the three areas of research, which highlights the problem of “war” and “peace” in all variety of its meanings. To understand the scope of coverage and a range of research on the problem of “war” and “peace,” as well as the level of achievements in this field, let us briefly examine the history of “war” and “peace” in each of these three areas, proposed by us.
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