War [videorecording] / produced by Productions Coscient inc. ; producer, Vincent Leduc ; directed by Daniel Rancourt ; written by Monique Fournier. - Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, c2003. - 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. with b&w segments ; 4 3/4 in. - Catalysts of change Behold humanity! A sociological perspective . - Ecce homo . - Ecce homo (Princeton, N.J.) .

Videodisc release of a segment from a Canadian documentary television series, Ecce homo in 1998. Copyright date shown on end screen: 2000. FH10460

Editor, Paul Perrier ; original music, Pascal Maillox ; narrator, George Morris. Editor, Paul Perrier ; original music, Pascal Maillox ; narrator, George Morris.

Wherever political, religious, racial, ideological interests collide, diplomacy and tolerance historically yield to the barbarity of war. In this program, political scientist Charles-Philippe David, Jean-Louis Dufour, editor-in-chief of the magazine Defense, and historians Robert O'Connell, Andre Corvisier, and Laurent Henninger trace the history of warfare from its remote origins to the present day and discuss whether it is avoidable or an innate human drive. Will the battles of tomorrow be fought by computer proxies, or will conventional troops always be used to attack and occupy territory?


FFH 10460 Films for the Humanities and Sciences

Sociology, Military
War and society
Warfare, Conventional

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