Living by the Sword?: The Ethics of Armed Intervention

Living by the Sword The Ethics of Armed Intervention The first critique of the Australian military experience from a Christian ethical perspective It surveys attitudes towards war and warfare from ancient to modern times considers the moral status of t

The first critique of the Australian military experience from a Christian ethical perspective It surveys attitudes towards war and warfare from ancient to modern times, considers the moral status of the nation state and international sovereignty, asks whether the just war tradition was relevant to campaigns against Iraq, assesses recent emphasis on collective security andThe first critique of the Australian military experience from a Christian ethical perspective It surveys attitudes towards war and warfare from ancient to modern times, considers the moral status of the nation state and international sovereignty, asks whether the just war tradition was relevant to campaigns against Iraq, assesses recent emphasis on collective security and suggests some difficulties associated with recognizing conscientious objection.

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