I have a goal to promote a world free of state sponsored military conflicts.
Plausibility? While theoretically possible, the absolute goal for a conflict-free world presence is viewed by most as impossible or very difficult to achieve.
The plausibility of world peace tacitly relies on the assumption of rational agents that base their decisions on future consequences, which is not self-evident. Bertrand Russell once expressed his skepticism regarding world peace:
After ages during which the earth produced harmless trilobites and butterflies, evolution progressed to the point at which it has generated Neros, Genghis Khans, and Hitlers. This, however, I believe is a passing nightmare; in time the earth will become again incapable of supporting life, and peace will return.
Source: By Mignonchang - Posted on August 17th, 2007
World peace initiatives are currently under analysis. I hope to have a clear premise, fairly thorough analysis and a first draft of recommendations in the near term.
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