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Extra resources for Friendship and International Relations
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189), who argued that ‘consciousness […] owns and imputes to itself past actions’, to Hume, who is perhaps the most infamous holder of these doubts. Hume’s ‘bundle’ theory of the self would deny that there is anything continuous or consistent standing behind experiences. Hume (1896, p. 252) confesses that another ‘may, perhaps, perceive something simple and continu’d, which he calls himself; tho’ I am certain there is no such principle in me’. This strand of thinking later re-appears in the work of existentialists such as Sartre, and philosophers such as Daniel Dennett (1986), who presents the self as being brought into being only by a form of narrative fiction.
1. Symbolic interaction: International friendship involves predominantly bilateral social bonds and meanings between political leaders and societies enhanced through summits, meetings, and commemorating events accompanied by the institutionalisation of cooperation and trust-building at both the intergovernmental and civil society levels through intergovernmental institutions, transnational networks and associations, city partnerships, joint trade and research, and cultural exchange. The collective identification among friends is not limited to any policy area but stretches across multiple levels and across different political sectors.