(Nos excuses, ce texte n'est pas disponible en français)

Conflit, guerre, violence et corruption

mercredi 1er janvier 2003 par Thomas Berns

T. Berns, "Conflit, guerre, violence et corruption", in Multitudes, n°13, Paris, 2003, p.177-181 Exils

Thomas Berns reveals the trust of a work which seeks to think conflict as something that must be sustained. Sustaining it means not only inscribing the order represented by the law within the disorder of conflict, but also establishing war as the permanent horizon of peace ; that is, law is established only as violence, and can only be thought as permanently vulnarable to corruption. In short, this is precisely that with which a politics centred on sovereignty breaks.

Read this article on Multitudes


Responsable du comité éditorial :

Centre Perelman de Philosophie du Droit de l’Université libre de Bruxelles
CP 132 - Av. F. D. Roosevelt 50 - 1050 Bruxelles
Tel. 02/650 38 84 - Fax 02/650 40 07 - e-mail