souls," 4 "it is 'inverted' because it repudiates the use of power altogether. It is 'Revolutionist' because it sees this repudiation as a principle of universal validity, and energetically promotes its acceptance." 5
Wight's triad, unlike Kenneth Waltz "Three Images,"6 included war as an ineradicable element in international society within each "tradition." Differences lay in how humanity and nations should deal with it. Waltz, and others 7 have organized alternative taxonomies around the question, "What are the causes of war?" and have deemphasized economic concerns.