Realism and Idealism. Lsn 3. Paradigms. Paradigm An intellectual framework that structures one’s thinking about a set of phenomena A “cognitive map” that helps to organize reality and to make sense out of a multitude of events
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Georges Clemenceau (France), Lloyd George (Britain), and Woodrow Wilson (US) at Versailles
1919 British cartoon criticizing the failure of the United States to join the League of Nations
Bob Matthias, US competitor in the 1952 Olympics, said, the Russian athletes “were in a real sense the enemy. You just loved to beat them. You just had to beat them. It wasn’t like competing against some guys from a friendly country like Australia.”
Thucydides, author of History of the Peloponnesian War
Athenian military power was built around the navy