Cooperation depends on expectations that are consistent with power. Conflicts in a given situation have the effect of achieving a balance of power and the agreement associated with it. This balance is a clear balance between the interests, capabilities and intentions of the parties; the agreement is a concomitant solution of the different equations of power and thus the realization of a certain harmony – structure – of expectations. This structure focuses on a status quo or specific expectations of rights and obligations. Conflicts thus unite and interconnect a specific balance of forces and a waiting structure associated with them. It is therefore necessary to remember the distinction between an existing or non-existent peace and the attributes, form or order of peace that exist. I could therefore say that peace is growing in the world and means that more states subscribe to a particular international peace. Or when I say that peace is more intense, I could imply that a specific peace involves an increasingly cooperative interaction. B.

Generalities. A second type of theoretical dimension surrounds the universality of a social contract. Such a dimension concerns the question of whether a treaty is unique or usual. A single social contract is a unique agreement in a single situation and with respect to non-repetitive events or interactions between the parties. It is the implicit agreement made by a thug in an alley whose knife pushes you to hand over your money; Another example is a two-hour ceasefire agreement that allows Denz-tiger to evacuate the battlefield of the wounded or a neutral state that grants US aid planes a single flyover to precipitate earthquake victims in a neighbouring state. On the other hand, a common social contract involves recurring events or modes of interaction. Treaties, treaties, constitutions and charters are generally of this type. It is clear that the single and common dimension is a continuum, given that there are a multitude of social contracts between the single two-minute holdup and the common general political constitution of a state, which in different ways combine unique and common expectations.

B. Non-status quo. A kind of non-status quo expectation is distribution that determines which party can anticipate what by whom, such as benefits, benefits and services. The remaining two types direct or prescribe the behavior between the parties. The social contract often contains rules, customs or practices that provide standards or define usual or repeated actions. These may be orders, relevant standards or principles of good deeds. They can be restrictive, act to control or regulate behaviour. Such binding expectations in company contracts are more (long-term, morally binding customs), standards, group legal standards,23 or the usual or positive law of companies or states. Even the “rules of morality form an unspoken social contract” (Hazlitt, 1964: xii). Taking into account this simple theory of weapons, I must now distinguish between loose and narrow versions of the theory of social fields. In the casual version (especially in most of these volumes, especially with regard to the propeller of conflict), the mathematical structure of field theory is generally in the background;51 content, conceptual understanding and explanation are generally in the foreground.

A structure of expectations – the social contract – is treated as an abstraction. The content is allegedly given, as in the discussion of a union management contract, an implicit agreement to end a family dispute, an international settlement of a dispute or the legal norms that integrate a group. It is this social contract that is peace in the social theory of the fields.

Sumit ThakurCooperation depends on expectations that are consistent with power. Conflicts in a given situation have the effect of achieving a balance of power and the agreement associated with it. This balance is a clear balance between the interests, capabilities and intentions of the parties; the agreement is a concomitant...Seminar Topics