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Contents&rule1; Introductionpages 9 1The idea of ‘the English School’ as a historical construct 33 2The argument of the English School101 3The English School on ‘International Relations as an Intellectual Pursuit’184 4Progress and its limits: system, society and community in world politics262 5Cosmopolitanism and the harm principle in world politics350 6The sociology of states‐systems425 7The good international citizen and the transformation of international society503 Conclusion584 References613 Indexxxx
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International relations -- Study and teaching.