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Exploring the ontological basis of coexistence in international relations: Subjectivism, heidegger, and the heteronomy of ethics and politics.

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  title={Exploring the ontological basis of coexistence in international relations: Subjectivism, heidegger, and the heteronomy of ethics and politics.},
  author={Louiza Odysseos},
  year={2001}
}
In the literature of International Relations the notion of coexistence is not understood as a question for world politics, despite the frequent irruption of issues of coexistence that constantly preoccupy international praxis. Rather, in theoretic terms coexistence is considered self-evidently as the composition of units, identified with co-presence in some spatial sense. This is evident, not from the explicit theorisation of coexistence as such, but from the ontological commitments of the… 
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