In 1795 Immanuel Kant outlined six preliminary conditions for peace between states in his famous essay Zum ewigen Frieden: Ein philosophischer Entwurf (Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch). The Redrafting Perpetual Peace initiative invited academics to engage in the project of re-writing Perpetual Peace to re-frame it for the contemporary world.

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Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch (1795)

  The Perpetual Peace Project realized a special republication of Immanuel Kant’s foundational essay Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch (1795). Complementing this project’s more public initiatives, this publication makes possible...

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About the Perpetual Peace Project and Redrafting Perpetual Peace

  ‘The maxims of the philosophers regarding the conditions of the possibility of a public peace, shall be taken into consideration by the States that are armed for war.’ —...

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Defining and Practicing Peace

This webpage presents the film initiative Defining and Practicing Peace, realized within the framework of the Perpetual Peace Project, which features interviews with various prominent philosophers and practitioners who have...

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Resources

This page offers a list of external links to organizations and initiatives whose mission resonates with the scope and content of the Perpetual Peace Project and Redrafting Perpetual Peace.  ...

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Authors and Contributors

This page contains biographical information about all the authors and contributors that participated in the Perpetual Peace Project and Redrafting Perpetual Peace Project....

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Perpetual Peace Project at Utrecht University

  On 13 – 27 October 2011, in conjunction with the opening of the Perpetual Peace Exhibition at Utrecht University, the Centre for the Humanities hosted a symposium on ‘The...

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Kant for Kids

Download het ‘Aan de Andere Kant van Vrede’ boekje in PDF hier of lees online hier. The Kant for Kids project was launched by the Center for the Humanities at...

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Redrafting Perpetual Peace Films and Articles

Article I. – “No conclusion of Peace shall be held to be valid as such, when it has been made with the secret reservation of the material for a future...

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Perpetual Peace Project at Syracuse University

  In spring 2012, the Perpetual Peace Project entered its phase 2, with a series of special initiatives in North and South Korea and at Syracuse University. This page provides...