The Theory of War and Peace: The Geophilosophy of Europe now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of The Theory of War and Peace: The Geophilosophy of Europe by Oleg Bazaluk.
This book explores the ontology of war and peace. Using the results of empirical and theoretical research in the field of geophilosophy, as well as neuroscience, psychology, social philosophy and military history, it defines axiomatics of the theory of war and peace; formulates its consequences; tests the theory on the geophilosophy of Europe; and offers a new theoretical basis for the definition of the European Security Strategy.
The text proves that war and peace are ways to achieve a regulatory compromise between manifestations of the active principle, which was initially laid in the foundation of the human mentality, and the influence of the external environment through natural selection.
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About the Author
Oleg Bazaluk, PhD, is a Professor, philosopher, political analyst and writer, and the author of one of the modern scientific theories of evolution, that of ‘Evolving Matter’. His research interests include interdisciplinary studies in the fields of neurobiology, psychology, philosophy, and cosmology. To date, he has published 19 books and over 120 articles, including The Universe: Living and Intelligent Matter (The Historical-Philosophical and Natural-Science Analysis on Basis of the New Cosmological Concept) (2005); Philosophy of Education on Basis of the New Cosmological Concept (2010); Space Travels – Traveling Mentality (2012), Philosophical Problems of Cosmology (with Illiana Vladlenova) (2013); The Theory of Evolution: From a Space Vacuum to Neural Ensembles and Moving Forward (2016); and Corruption in Ukraine: Rulers’ Mentality and the Destiny of the Nation, Geophilosophy of Ukraine (2016). He founded the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology (ISPC) and the annual international project ‘Space Travels’. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journals Philosophy and Cosmology and Future Human Image, and is currently a Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky State Pedagogical University, Ukraine.