By Martin Shaw
Dialectics of warfare develops an account of industrialised overall battle as a method of conflict including its contradictions, together with its mutation into nuclear militarism. The ebook offers with the relationships of struggle, revolution and counter-revolution, and of with social and peace activities. It concludes with a controversy for 'historical pacifism'.
Martin Shaw is a sociologist of worldwide politics, warfare and genocide who has held chairs in sociology and diplomacy on the universities of Hull, Sussex and Roehampton. His later books comprise Post-Military Society (1991), worldwide Society and diplomacy (1994), Civil Society and Media in international Crises (1996), concept of the worldwide nation (2000), battle and Genocide (2003) and what's Genocide? (2007).
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Dialectics of War: An Essay in the Social Theory of Total War and Peace by Martin Shaw