Clausewitz in Nazi Germany

@inproceedings{Baldwin1981ClausewitzIN,
  title={Clausewitz in Nazi Germany},
  author={Peter Baldwin},
  year={1981}
}
ion on the analogy of the Kantian Ding an sich. In its purely military essence, war is a struggle fought with all available means until one side is unable to offer any further resistance. Two rational creatures, locked in combat, both realize that the victory will go to whichever exerts the most effort. Thus a continual escalation of force follows until one is completely vanquished. True to his philosophical calling, when Clausewitz writes that, 'never can a principle of moderation be… CONTINUE READING

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