The ruthless law of the jungle? Structural realism, security compulsion, and the rise of rome

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  • David García Domínguez Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2358-3150.v1i1p104-124

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República Romana, imperialismo, diplomacia antiga, relações internacionais

Resumo

A obra Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War and the Rise of Rome, de Arthur Eckstein, abriu novos caminhos para os estudos sobre o imperialismo romano. Desde a sua publicação em 2006, vem sendo referência tanto para classicistas como para cientistas políticos. No entanto, nunca se deve desconsiderar a natureza controversa de sua tese central. Neste artigo, argumenta-se que há razões práticas e éticas para analisar a validez do realismo estrutural das Relações Internacionais, cujos postulados teóricos permeiam toda a obra e fornecem uma interpretação discutível do comportamento humano. Sugere-se que essas ideias foram reforçadas pelas circunstâncias políticas do início dos anos 2000, o que, por sua vez, explica a recepção geralmente positiva que o livro de Eckstein recebeu. 

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2021-08-18

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Domínguez, D. G. (2021). The ruthless law of the jungle? Structural realism, security compulsion, and the rise of rome. Letras Clássicas, 1(1), 104-124. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2358-3150.v1i1p104-124