For Philosophy courses in applied ethics, just war theory, and international law.
Classic introduction to the ethics of war and peace, exploring legal and moral issues of use of force. Used at U.S. military academies, this book focuses on two fundamental moral principles: 1) human beings should not intentionally harm other human beings and 2) human beings may sometimes resort to violence to keep themselves and/or others from harm.
Table of Contents
I. THE JUST WAR TRADITION.
II. THE LEGAL POSITION OF WAR.
III. MORAL ISSUES IN WAR.
IV. PROFESSIONAL AND HUMANITARIAN OBLIGATIONS.
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$27.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-195512-7