War and Moral Responsibility
This remarkably rich collection of articles focuses on moral questions about war. The essays, originally published in Philosophy & Public Affairs, cover a wide range of topics from several points of view by writers from the fields of political science, philosophy, and law. The discussion of war and moral responsibility falls into three general categories: problems of political and military choice, problems about the relation of an individual to the actions of his government, and more abstract ethical questions as well.
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War and Massacre
Utilitarianism and the Rules of War
Rules of War and Moral Reasoning
The Problem of Dirty Hands
Why Was This War Different?
Responsibility for Crimes of War
The Relevance of Nuremberg
Selective Conscientious Objection and the Gillette Decision
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Genocide and Human Rights: International Legal and Political Issues
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