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Friday, December 01, 2017

'International Community'? c/o Grayling & Thatcher

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"There is no such thing as society." 
Margaret Thatcher

"In the article to which my first article was a response you dwelt at length on the practical difficulty of making the ICC [International Criminal Court] work, and the related likelihood that its existence will reduce the US willingness to police the world. ... in essence your argument is that there is no such a thing as an 'international community', and therefore only an historically evolved practice of law-governedness in tribal, ethnic or national settings can work. And because there is no 'international community' the assumptions and hopes of human rights advocates are bound to fail, based as they are on what you take to be the false idea that humankind can be holistically viewed as a nation or tribe writ large."



Sources:
Grayling, A.C. (2009) Liberty In The Age Of Terror - A Defense Of Civil Liberties And Enlightenment Values. London: Bloomsbury. p.220-221.

Margaret Thatcher
Interview for Woman's Own ("no such thing as society")https://www.margaretthatcher.org/document/106689

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