Table of contents for Toward perpetual peace and other writings on politics, peace, and history / Immanuel Kant ; edited and with an introduction by Pauline Kleingeld ; translated by David L. Colclasure ; with essays by Jeremy Waldron, Michael W. Doyle, Allen W. Wood.

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Editor¿s Introduction
A Brief Sketch of Kant¿s Life and Works
A Note on the Texts
A Note on the Translation
Idea for a Universal History from a Cosmopolitan Perspective
An Answer to the Question: What Is Enlightenment?
Conjectural Beginning of Human History
Critique of Judgment, § 83¿§ 84
On the Common Saying: This May Be True in Theory, but It Does Not Hold in Practice, Parts 2 and 3
Toward Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch
Metaphysics of Morals, § 43¿§ 62 
The Contest of the Faculties, Part 2 
Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View, Part 2, Section E
Kant¿s Theory of the State
	Jeremy Waldron
Kant and Liberal Internationalism
	Michael W. Doyle
Kant¿s Philosophy of History
	Allen W. Wood

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Political science -- Philosophy.