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The ethics of war : classic and contemporary readings, edited by Gregory M. Reichberg, Henrik Syse, and Endre Begby

Label
The ethics of war : classic and contemporary readings
Title
The ethics of war
Title remainder
classic and contemporary readings
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gregory M. Reichberg, Henrik Syse, and Endre Begby
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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IT-FiEUI
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1966-
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  • Reichberg, Gregory M
  • Syse, Henrik
  • Begby, Endre
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  • War
  • Military ethics
Label
The ethics of war : classic and contemporary readings, edited by Gregory M. Reichberg, Henrik Syse, and Endre Begby
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Part I.
  • Ancient and Early Christian: -- 1. Thucydides: war and power -- 2. Plato: Tempering war among the Greeks -- 3. Aristotle: Courage, slavery, and citizen soldiers -- 4. Roman law of war and peace: Ius fetiale -- 5. Cicero: Civic virtue as the foundation of peace -- 6. Early Church fathers: Pacifism and defense of the innocent -- 7. Augustine: Just war in the service of peace -- Part II. Medieval: -- 8. Medieval peace movements: Religious limitations on warfare -- 9. The Crusades: Christian holy war -- 10. Gratian and the Decretists: War and coercion in the Decretum -- 11. John of Salisbury: The challenge of tyranny -- 12. Raymond of Peñafort and William of Rennes: The conditions of just war, self-defense, and their legal consequences under penitential jurisdiction -- 13. Innocent IV: The kinds of violence and the limits of holy war -- 14. Alexander of Hales: Virtuous dispositions in warfare -- 15. Hostiensis: A typology of internal and external war -- 16. Thomas Aquinas: Just war and sins against peace -- 17. Dante Alighieri: Peace by universal monarchy -- 18. Bartolus of Saxoferrato: Roman war within Christendom -- 19. Christine de Pizan: War and chivalry -- 20. Raphaël Fulgosius: Just war reduced to public war -- Part III. Late Scholastic and Reformation: -- 21. Erasmus of Rotterdam: The spurious "right to war" -- 22. Cajetan: War and vindicative justice -- 23. Niccolò Machiavelli: War is just to whom it is necessary -- 24. Thomas More: Warfare in Utopia -- 25. Martin Luther and Jean Calvin: Legitimate war in Reformed Christianity -- 26. The Radical Reformation: Religious rationales for violence and pacifism -- 27. Francisco de Vitoria: Just war in the age of discovery -- 28. Luis de Molina: Distinguishing war from punishment -- 29. Francisco Suárez: Justice, charity, and war -- 30. Alberico Gentili: The advantages of preventive war -- 31. Johannes Althusius: Defending the commonwealth -- 32. Hugo Grotius: The theory of just war systematized -- Part V. Modern: -- 33. Thomas Hobbes: Solving the problem of civil war -- 34. Baruch Spinoza: The virtue of peace -- 35. Samuel von Pufendorf: War in an emerging system of states -- 36. John Locke: The rights of man and the limits of just warfare -- 37. Christian von Wolff: Bilateral rights of war -- 38. Montesquieu: National self-preservation and the balance of power -- 39. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Supranational government and peace -- 40. Emer de Vattel: War in due form -- 41. Immaneul Kant: Cosmopolitan rights, human progress, and perpetual peace -- 42. G.W.F. Hegel: War and the spirit of the nation-state -- 43. Carl von Clausewitz: ethics and military strategy 44. Daniel Webster: The Caroline incident -- 45. Francis Lieber: Devising a military code of conduct -- 46. John Stuart Mill: Foreign intervention and national autonomy -- 47. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: War as an instrument of emancipation -- Part V. Twentieth Century: -- 48. Woodrow Wilson: The dream of a league of nations -- 49. Bertrand Russell: Pacifism and modern war -- 50. Hans Kelsen: Bellum iustum in international law -- 51. Paul Ramsey: Nuclear weapons and legitimate defense -- 52. G.E.M. Anscombe: -- The
  • moral recklessness of pacifism -- 53. John Rawls: The moral duties of statesmen -- 54. Michael Walzer: Terrorism and ethics -- 55. Thomas Nagel: The logic of hostility -- 56. James Turner Johnson: Contemporary just war -- 57. National Conference of Catholic Bishops: A presumption against war -- 58. Kofi Annan: Toward a new definition of sovereignty
Control code
FIEb13370820
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxii, 731 pages
Isbn
9781405123785
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)62755591
Label
The ethics of war : classic and contemporary readings, edited by Gregory M. Reichberg, Henrik Syse, and Endre Begby
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Part I.
  • Ancient and Early Christian: -- 1. Thucydides: war and power -- 2. Plato: Tempering war among the Greeks -- 3. Aristotle: Courage, slavery, and citizen soldiers -- 4. Roman law of war and peace: Ius fetiale -- 5. Cicero: Civic virtue as the foundation of peace -- 6. Early Church fathers: Pacifism and defense of the innocent -- 7. Augustine: Just war in the service of peace -- Part II. Medieval: -- 8. Medieval peace movements: Religious limitations on warfare -- 9. The Crusades: Christian holy war -- 10. Gratian and the Decretists: War and coercion in the Decretum -- 11. John of Salisbury: The challenge of tyranny -- 12. Raymond of Peñafort and William of Rennes: The conditions of just war, self-defense, and their legal consequences under penitential jurisdiction -- 13. Innocent IV: The kinds of violence and the limits of holy war -- 14. Alexander of Hales: Virtuous dispositions in warfare -- 15. Hostiensis: A typology of internal and external war -- 16. Thomas Aquinas: Just war and sins against peace -- 17. Dante Alighieri: Peace by universal monarchy -- 18. Bartolus of Saxoferrato: Roman war within Christendom -- 19. Christine de Pizan: War and chivalry -- 20. Raphaël Fulgosius: Just war reduced to public war -- Part III. Late Scholastic and Reformation: -- 21. Erasmus of Rotterdam: The spurious "right to war" -- 22. Cajetan: War and vindicative justice -- 23. Niccolò Machiavelli: War is just to whom it is necessary -- 24. Thomas More: Warfare in Utopia -- 25. Martin Luther and Jean Calvin: Legitimate war in Reformed Christianity -- 26. The Radical Reformation: Religious rationales for violence and pacifism -- 27. Francisco de Vitoria: Just war in the age of discovery -- 28. Luis de Molina: Distinguishing war from punishment -- 29. Francisco Suárez: Justice, charity, and war -- 30. Alberico Gentili: The advantages of preventive war -- 31. Johannes Althusius: Defending the commonwealth -- 32. Hugo Grotius: The theory of just war systematized -- Part V. Modern: -- 33. Thomas Hobbes: Solving the problem of civil war -- 34. Baruch Spinoza: The virtue of peace -- 35. Samuel von Pufendorf: War in an emerging system of states -- 36. John Locke: The rights of man and the limits of just warfare -- 37. Christian von Wolff: Bilateral rights of war -- 38. Montesquieu: National self-preservation and the balance of power -- 39. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Supranational government and peace -- 40. Emer de Vattel: War in due form -- 41. Immaneul Kant: Cosmopolitan rights, human progress, and perpetual peace -- 42. G.W.F. Hegel: War and the spirit of the nation-state -- 43. Carl von Clausewitz: ethics and military strategy 44. Daniel Webster: The Caroline incident -- 45. Francis Lieber: Devising a military code of conduct -- 46. John Stuart Mill: Foreign intervention and national autonomy -- 47. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: War as an instrument of emancipation -- Part V. Twentieth Century: -- 48. Woodrow Wilson: The dream of a league of nations -- 49. Bertrand Russell: Pacifism and modern war -- 50. Hans Kelsen: Bellum iustum in international law -- 51. Paul Ramsey: Nuclear weapons and legitimate defense -- 52. G.E.M. Anscombe: -- The
  • moral recklessness of pacifism -- 53. John Rawls: The moral duties of statesmen -- 54. Michael Walzer: Terrorism and ethics -- 55. Thomas Nagel: The logic of hostility -- 56. James Turner Johnson: Contemporary just war -- 57. National Conference of Catholic Bishops: A presumption against war -- 58. Kofi Annan: Toward a new definition of sovereignty
Control code
FIEb13370820
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxii, 731 pages
Isbn
9781405123785
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)62755591

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