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96. 115 Hedley Bull in Wheeler and Dunne, ‘Hedley Bull’s Pluralism of the Intellect and Solidarism of the Will’, p. 99. 116 Hedley Bull, Justice in International Relations, The Hagey Lectures, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, 1984, p. 14. 117 Hedley Bull, ‘The Importance of Grotius in the Study of International Relations’, in H. Bull, B. Kingsbury and A. Roberts (eds), Hugo Grotius and International Relations, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1990, pp. 65–94. 29 Chapter 3 Hedley Bull and Arms Control Robert O’Neill A New Field The challenging and sensitive field of arms control proved to be Hedley Bull’s route to international prominence.
99 What is more, by entertaining pretensions to the ‘potential solidarity’ of states, solidarism moves away from the positivist orientation of pluralism towards a more normatively oriented focus. It is in Bull’s criticisms of the solidarist position and defence of pluralism that his proximity to Anderson’s teachings on positivism, pluralism and empiricism is particularly apparent. Bull was critical of solidarism for two main reasons. The first was the claim that solidarism has exerted ‘an influence positively detrimental to international order … by imposing upon international society a strain that it cannot bear’.
53 As the founder of the Freethought Society at the University of Sydney, the notion of freethought was central to Anderson’s approach. au/anderson/>, accessed 25 June 2008. au/anderson/>, accessed 25 June 2008, p. 2. au/anderson/>, accessed 25 June 2008, p. 3. au/anderson/>, accessed 25 June 2008, p. 29. ), Australian Realism: The Systematic Philosophy of John Anderson, pp. xvi. 59 Baker, Australian Realism: The Systematic Philosophy of John Anderson, p. 116. au/anderson/>, accessed 25 June 2008.
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