Remembering Hedley


Table of Contents

Contributors
Foreword
Chapter 1. Early Years: Sydney and Oxford
Chapter 2. An Early Influence: John Anderson
Introduction
John Anderson (1893–1962)
Australian Realism
Empiricism, Pluralism and Positivism
Ethics
Religion
Society
Hedley Bull (1932–85)
International Society
Ethics
Conclusion
Chapter 3. Hedley Bull and Arms Control
A New Field
A New Investigator
His First Task
Initial Exposition of His Ideas
Working with the Institute for Strategic Studies
An Interval of Government Service
His Return to Australia
As Montague Burton Professor at Oxford
Chapter 4. London
Chapter 5. ‘A Common Interest in Common Interest’
Theorists of the Productive Middle Ground
The Bull–Schelling Connection
A Common Interest in Pure Cooperation?
Chapter 6. Hedley in Canberra
I
II
III
IV
Chapter 7. Conversations with Hedley
Chapter 8. Hedley in his Own Words: three essays
(1) Order vs Justice in International Society
II
III
IV
V
(2) Martin Wight and the Theory of International Relations: The Second Martin Wight Memorial Lecture
(3) The Revolt against the West
Chapter 9. Lost Friend
Appendix: The Hedley Bull Centre