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The Morality of War: A Reader

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When and why is war justified? How, morally speaking, should wars be fought? The Morality of War confronts these challenging questions, surveying the fundamental principles and themes of the just war tradition through the words of the philosophers, jurists, and warriors who have shaped it. The collection begins with the foundational works of just war theory, as well as tho ...more
Unknown Binding, 415 pages
Published February 23rd 2007 by Not Avail (first published 2007)
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Eddie Black
Jan 01, 2009 Eddie Black rated it really liked it
I should buy this book. I took Dr Kinsella's class on the morlity of war at Portland State and I have the printed out PDF chapters of the book (it was unpublished at the time) in a big three ring binder on the bookshelf. Should be required reading for all Staff NCOs and Officers in the military.
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Jun 04, 2013 Jason Pickell rated it really liked it
A good supplemental book when taking classes in regards to the morality of violence
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