Immanuel Kant and Alexander Hamilton, the Founders of Federalism (Federalism, nr. 2)Editat de Roberto Castaldi
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 11 Jul 2013
Roberto Castaldi is Lecturer in International Relations and Political Science at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna of Pisa. At the Centre for Studies on Federalism, he is vice-editor of Perspectives on Federalism (www.on-federalism.eu) and The Bibliographical Bulletin on Federalism (www.federalism-bulletin.eu). His research interests focus on federalism, European integration, and international systems change.
Contents: Lucio Levi: The Invention of Federalism - Gottfried Dietze (†): Thoughts on the American and French Revolutions. A Broad View - Massimo Mori: Alexander Hamilton and Immanuel Kant. A Comparison of Two Federalisms - Murray Forsyth: The Scope and Limits of the Political. Hamilton and Kant - Sergio Pistone: Peace as a Condition for Democracy - Ira Straus: Democratic Peace and Federalist Peace Theories. Allies or Enemies?- Roberto Castaldi: The Relations between International and Domestic Politics - Joseph Preston Baratta: The Complementarity of the Thinking of Kant and Hamilton in the United States - Corrado Malandrino: The «Invention» of Complementarity of the Federalist Thought of Kant and Hamilton in Italy.