"Acknowledgement" as the Principles of National and International Order
Walter Jaeschke(GER) XU Long-fei
Both Fichte and Hegel make analogy between international acknowledgement and interpersonal acknowledgement. In their times,contract society of western countries is established,so individuals do not need to "struggle for acknowledgement" ; in international affairs,individual country is still in a "natural state" ,which requires "struggling for acknowledgement". In today's world,inter-acknowledgement among countries is the premise in international contact,and the category of "acknowledgement" is no longer the logic starting point in international law.
【CateGory Index】： D80