La Escuela Inglesa, Historia y Teoría

Hidemi SUGANAMI

Resumen


El propósito de este artículo es triple: dar cuenta de los orígenes y desarrollo de la Escuela Inglesa como una entidad constituida históricamente; sintetizar desde los escritos de algunos de sus primeros representantes las visiones de la Escuela Inglesa acerca de cómo el conocimiento histórico se relaciona con la teoría y la práctica de las Relaciones Internacionales; y estudiar los tres principales trabajos históricos de la Escuela Inglesa, examinando cómo sus contribuciones se relacionan con las teorías de Relaciones Internacionales. En la breve discusión final, se sugiere qué podría introducirse en la agenda de investigación de la Escuela Inglesa sobre el tema de “historia y teoría”.


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Escuela Inglesa; historia; teoría internacional; racionalismo

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/relacionesinternacionales2019.41.005

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