political science

political science

International Journal of Political Science, Vol 12, No 1 , January & February 2022



Rouhani Foreign Policy and International Crisis Management (JCPOA and U.S Domestic Factors )


Data Analysis of the Implications of Linguistic Hegemony on the Culture and Identity of Language Learners; Case Study of the Iranian Language Center (2005-2017)

کلید واژه ها: hegemony Linguistic hegemony culture Identity English Iranian language Center

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Syrian Crisis: An Analysis of Political and Security Strategies of Involved Actors


Youth Attendance Foundation Data Analysis and Election Tools: A Case Study of the 11th & 12th Presidential Elections


Examining the Public Literary Sphere with the Public Moral and Political Sphere in Contemporary Iran (With emphasis on Nima, Forough and Shamlou's poetry examples)

کلید واژه ها: new poetry General Literary Field Nima Poetry Forough and Shamlou political sociology

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War from the Perspective of Nietzsche and Kant

کلید واژه ها: Nietzsche Kant War Peace Interpretation of what being means

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Kant believes that war should be considered a last resort with the utmost respect for human life and dignity. War should only be used when all other means of conflict resolution have been exhausted. Nietzsche considered morality as a human structure that has been used throughout history to suppress and control people, so peace is a sign of weakness and degeneration and a product of herd mentality. Real strength comes from conflict and struggle. Nietzsche considered peace as a necessary part of life, but only if it is based on power. Understanding and formulating the criticism of these two important thinkers on peace and what war is and how they interpret these concepts is the central issue of this article. Nietzsche believed that peace is not an end in itself, but a means to an end, and argued that peace is necessary for the development of higher forms of culture and civilization, but it should not be pursued at the expense of creativity and progress. On the other hand, Kant believed that countries should strive towards a more peaceful world order in which conflicts are resolved through dialogue instead of violence.