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Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Andrew rated it it was amazing Oct 30, Share your thoughts with other customers. Jonathan Parry – – Philosophia 43 1: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It introduces students to contemporary Just War Theory in a stimulating and engaging way, perfect for those approaching the topic for the first time. Michael Allen Fox – – Routledge.
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However, this does not result in a lack of precision or a glossing-over of the difficult arguments. This motivation underpins the central contribution of the book, which is to illustrate the ways in which the orthodox view within just war theory, as influentially defended by Michael Walzer, has been powerfully challenged in recent scholar- ship.
However, despite an expanding body of literature, a notable lacuna to date has been the lack of a thorough intro- duction to the field. The general reader will find the book useful because one of its strengths is balance.
It is well written and argued in a good philosophical style. The school of which she is a part sees the principal moral dilemma of war as the killing that occurs.
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Chapters 8 and 9 provide a systematic and level-headed discussion of terrorism, both in terms of its definition and moral status. Each chapter uses examples and concludes with a summary, frows questions and suggestions for further pface to aid student engagement, learning and revision.
Christopher Bennett – – Routledge. It is in this polemical context that Helen Frowe has produced this valuable survey of recent debates on the ethics of war. As Frowe explains, the question of how the apparent inconsisten- cies between these two spheres are to be understood and resolved is one of the most interesting and pressing issues in contemporary just war theory, with deep implications for our actual practices concerning life and death in war.
The Ethics of War and Peace: By examining the debates found in Frowe’s book, readers see that the ethics of war involves a continuing dialogue that they can become part of by reading the book.
Table of contents Introduction 1. Casey Gunter rated it it was amazing Nov 03, The book succeeds brilliantly in setting out the major issues involved in the contemporary debates about just war theory and in revising the orthodox school as represented by Michael Walzer.
The Ethics of War and Peace : An Introduction
Ron Baumann rated it really liked it Sep 25, Sam Shorto rated it it was ok Mar 13, Please try again later. As one of the foremost writers on the ethics peacce war, Frowe here not only surveys and authoritatively froee the debates but also enters them, making original, insightful, and important contributions of her own.
Review ‘This book exhibits the greatest virtue of an introductory text by demonstrating just how rich and complex a subject og be, without leaving the reader feeling alienated or unqualified to critically comment. The book succeeds brilliantly in setting out the major issues involved in the contemporary debates about just war theory and in revising the orthodox school as represented by Michael Walzer.
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Frowe points out that retreat is only required in self-defence cases when the costs of doing so are not great. Given these huge political and economic burdens, argues Frowe, a nation is not required to appease aggression. Richard Burnor – – Oxford University Press.
The Ethics of War and Peace: An Introduction
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