The Study of International Relations in the Federal Republic of Germany
The circumstances that the study of International Relations and other fields of academia must contend with have changed greatly in the atomic age, if compared to conventional wisdom in this and other fields of academia. As Ernst Bloch, the grand old man of Marxist philosophy noted:
It is known that learning is not to serve school or science, not solely for this purpose, but for so-called life. In our time, the bitter addendum is required, for survival.1
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© Millennium: Journal of International Studies 1989