Morgenthau Lectures (1981–2006): Words and Deeds in Foreign Policy

May 12, 1985

Moral principles become disconnected from political actions in three ways: contextualizing ethics for time and place as well as man, politics, and the nation-state; subjugating morals in the name of a utopian end; and viewing power alone as a moral principle.

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