The aspects of uncertainty and nonlinearity in modern international relations theories
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Abstract:
This paper elaborates the vision of the nonlinear and uncertain dynamics of the socio-political processes of modern society. In the 20th century, the approach to understanding the development of the system was fundamentally changed: this century brought the discoveries through which the universality of the paradigm of certainty and linearity as a methodological approach was questioned. It was replaced by nonlinearity and uncertainty. Nonlinear and uncertainty dialectics is, thus, a method of planetary philosophy as a new direction in the knowledge that should explain the global challenges for international relations system of our time, the challenges of sustainable development, co-evolution, geopolitics, information security and cultural patterns deformation.
How to Cite:
Dudova T.., (2014), THE ASPECTS OF UNCERTAINTY AND NONLINEARITY IN MODERN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORIES. Business in Law, 2: 97-100.
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Keywords:
the international system, uncertainty, nonlinearity, theory of international relations, political realism, liberalism, English school, Marxism, constructivism, postmodernism.