Foucault on Clausewitz: Conceptualizing the Relationship Between War and Power
- Foucault and the Continuation of War. Edwards, Jason // At the Interface / Probing the Boundaries;2012, Vol. 80, p21
In this chapter, I'll focus on Michel Foucault's analysis of the relationship between war, power relations and politics in his series of lectures published as Society Must Be Defended. I'll argue that Foucault gives us good reasons to contest the liberal conception of politics as the suppression...
- Representing Permanent War. Feldman, Keith P. // CR: The New Centennial Review;Fall2008, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p193
The article examines the Arab-Israeli conflict within the framework of the permanent state of war concept expounded by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1967. The concept is discussed in the rhetorical document "Third World Round-up: The Palestine Problem: Test Your...
- CLAUSEWITZ AND SOVIET STRATEGY. Dexter, Byron // Foreign Affairs;Oct50, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p41
The article examines the theory of a unified war based on the concepts of German general, Carl von Clausewitz. Its objective is the overthrow of all parliamentary governments of the world and their replacement by Communist dictatorships centrally controlled in Moscow. The characteristic of the...
- DOÅšWIADCZENIE WOJEN NAPOLEOÅƒSKICH W Å»YCIU I MYÅšLI CARLA VON CLAUSEWITZA DO ROKU 1815. GÓRKA, Sebastian // Politeja;2013, Vol. 26, p53
This study investigates the life of Carl von Clausewitz to 1815 and analyses impact of the Napoleonic Wars era and its relevance to On War. The idea for this article stems from the fact, that the overall image that emerges from the Polish literature in this field is incomplete. Above all it...
- Introduction: The Transformations of War. Plaw, Avery; Augé, Axel // At the Interface / Probing the Boundaries;2012, Vol. 80, pix
An introduction to the book is presented in which the authors discuss the aspects of war, its mutation and diversification, and the works of Prussian Major-General Carl von Clausewitz who described the new war as policy by other means.
- On War Without the Fog. Kiesling, Eugenia C. // Military Review;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p85
Reviews the book `On War,' by Carl Von Clausewitz.
- Combat in Context. // Military History;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p27
The author reflects on the influence of politics on war. The author states that an analytic look at the wars of the past two centuries suggests that Carl von Clausewitz was accurate as a historian. According to the author, it remains impossible to understand why a war has broken out or how it...
- Clausewitz Is Dead. Huller, Jeff // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Mar2001, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p119
Focuses on the views on war of German philosopher Carl von Clausewitz. Influence of Clausewitz in military thinking; Applicability of absolute war notion in the nuclear era; Purpose of war in the postmodern age.
- Clausewitz, Genius, and the Rules. Rogers, Clifford J. // Journal of Military History;Oct2002, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p1167
Comments on an article that highlights the importance of theorist Carl von Clausewitz's theory of education as stated in Book II of 'On War.' Mistake committed by the article in interpreting Clausewitz's conception of the relationship between theory and genius; Reflections on the article;...