Michele Chiaruzzi’s article is a reflection on a dialogic text written by Wight for the Royal Institute of International Affairs’s Survey of International Affairs, a series under the editorship of Arnold J. Toynbee. Published under the title, The World in March 1939, Wight contributed several chapters to this Survey.2 But it is the intriguing chapter on ‘The Balance of Power’ to which Chiaruzzi draws the reader’s attention. It is one of four essays Wight wrote on the topic; but it is unique among them for featuring an imaginary dialogue at its core.

The Three Traditions in History: A Dialogic Text

CHIARUZZI, MICHELE
2010

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Michele Chiaruzzi’s article is a reflection on a dialogic text written by Wight for the Royal Institute of International Affairs’s Survey of International Affairs, a series under the editorship of Arnold J. Toynbee. Published under the title, The World in March 1939, Wight contributed several chapters to this Survey.2 But it is the intriguing chapter on ‘The Balance of Power’ to which Chiaruzzi draws the reader’s attention. It is one of four essays Wight wrote on the topic; but it is unique among them for featuring an imaginary dialogue at its core.
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