Analysis Of Immanuel Kant's Perpetual Peace

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Liberal is a paradigm which is a belief in the positive uses of government to bring justice, equality of opportunity, peace and looks more to the nature of state. Liberalism is a philosophy based on the belief about the ultimate value of individual freedom and the opportunities for human progress. Liberalism is talking about rationality, moral autonomy, human rights, democracy, opportunity, and choice that built upon commitment to the principles of freedom and equality.

There is a long traditional in Liberal thinking about international relations’ characteristic. . Liberalist are thinking how to create a peaceful relation among country up to relation among individual and one of the sytemic and deeper explanation is brought by a German philospher, Immanuel Kant with his essay entitled “Perpetual Peace” . His thought drive the direction of liberalism. Immanuel Kant believes to resolve the situation at that time,they need to find ‘state peace’. Kant is not envisage the establishment of a world government or even unite sovereignty, but more into a ‘loose’ federation that consist of free state which governed by the rule of law. His thought is known as utopia . But however,he believes that peace can be reached under certain circumtances such as the establishing repulic as opposed to the monarchy. Substancially, his theory is to set the world free and create peaceful anarchy system, eventhough some of his statement is debated by the other philosopher.
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