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Ethics, nationalism, and just war

Ethics, nationalism, and just war

medieval and contemporary perspectives

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Published by The Catholic University of America Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English


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StatementHenrik Syse and Gregory M. Reichberg, editors.
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LC ClassificationsU
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 403 p. ;
Number of Pages403
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Open LibraryOL22770197M
ISBN 109780813215020

Reichberg, Gregory Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War Washington, DC Catholic University Press Reichberg, Gregory War: Essays in Political Philosophy New York Cambridge University Press Reichberg, Gregory Just and Unjust Warriors: The Moral and Legal Status of Cited by:   The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter issue of the journal!. The centerpiece of this issue is a symposium entitled "Just War and Unjust Soldiers," with a lead article by Scott D. Sagan and Benjamin A. Valentino on American public opinion regarding the moral equality of combatants; responses by Michael Walzer, Jeff McMahan, and Robert O. Keohane.

In book: The Ethics of Nationalism, pp the relationship between food and nationalism, this book examines a number of case studies at various levels of political analysis to show how. Just war theory (Latin: jus bellum justum) is a doctrine, also referred to as a tradition, of military ethics studied by military leaders, theologians, ethicists and policy purpose of the doctrine is to ensure war is morally justifiable through a series of criteria, all of which must be met for a war to be considered criteria are split into two groups: "right to go to war.

McMahan has written extensively on normative and applied ethics, especially on bioethics and just war theory. His main work in bioethics include The Ethics of Killing: Problems at the Margins of Life (Oxford University Press, ). The book includes five parts, about identity, death, killing, the beginning of life and the end of mater: University of the South, Corpus Christi . Doug Gay explores the ethics of nationalism, recognising that for many Christians, churches and theologians, nationalism has often been seen as intrinsically unethical due to a presumption that at best it involves privileging one nation’s interests over anothers and at worst it amounts to a form of ethnocentrism or even :


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One of the most comprehensive works on the subject, Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War is an important and accessible text for students and scholars alike. Henrik Syse is a senior research fellow at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO).

Gregory M. Reichberg, also senior research fellow at PRIO, heads the institute's program on Price: $ Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War Book Description: The book covers a wide range of topics and raises issues rarely touched on in the ethics-of-war literature, such as environmental concerns and the responsibility of bystanders.

Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War: Medieval and Contemporary Perspectives. In this Book. Additional Information. Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War: Medieval and Contemporary Perspectives contents. View Citation; summary. The book covers a wide range of topics and raises issues rarely touched on in the ethics-of-war literature, such as Cited by: 5.

The book covers a wide range of topics and raises issues rarely touched on in the ethics-of-war literature, such as environmental concerns and the responsibility of bystanders. book is divided into two main sections. The first addresses the nationalism of the modern idea of just war in medieval Latin : Henrik Syse; Gregory M Reichberg.

The medieval roots of just war ; 1. Thinking morally about war in the Middle Ages and today / James Turner Johnson ; 2. Taming warriors in classical and early medieval political theory / John Von Heyking ; 3.

Augustine and just war: between virtue and duties / Henrik Syse ; 4. Just war, schism, and peace in St. Augustine / Phillip W. Gray ; 5. Ethics, nationalism, and just war: medieval and contemporary perspectives.

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Augustine used the book to defend Christianity in Rome after the sack of Rome as well as to describe the place of Christians in society in generalCited by: 5. Just war, pacifism, weapons of mass destruction, war on terror, preemptive war.

These phrases highlight recent world events that have brought questions about the morality of war into sharp relief. Instead of advocating a particular approach to war, War and Christian Ethics offers a variety of Christian perspectives, enabling readers to make up Cited by: Request PDF | Ethics nationalism and just war: Medieval and contemporary perspectives | The book covers a wide range of topics and raises issues rarely touched on in the ethics-of-war literature.

At A Time When Moral Questions about armed force are at the forefront of the public's attention, this volume offers insight on current challenges related to war, nationalism, and justice. Though recent publications on military ethics abound, this work adds to the debate by considering the historical background of just war theory in the Middle Ages, before going on to elucidating its.

The book covers a wide range of topics and raises issues rarely touched on in the ethics-of-war literature, such as environmental concerns and the responsibility of bystanders. Following a general introduction by Henrik Syse and Gregory M.

Reichberg, the book is divided into two main sections. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (x, pages) Contents: Thinking morally about war in the Middle Ages and today / James Turner Johnson --Taming warriors in Classical and early Medieval political theory / John Von Heyking --Augustine and just war: between virtue and duties / Henrik Syse --Just war, schism, and peace in St.

Augustine. Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War: Medieval and Contemporary Perspectives Book At A Time When Moral Questions about armed force are at the forefront of the public's attention, this volume offers insight on current challenges related to war, nationalism, and justice. The Ethics of Nationalism is about the normative limits of nationalism.

It assesses three justificatory arguments for the institutional recognition of national identity and argues that they suggest the appropriate limits of national accommodation.

There are two kinds of projects associated with nationalism—nation‐building projects and national self‐determination projects—and these are. Henrik Syse and Gregory Reichberg are the editors of a new book: Ethics, Nationalism, and Just War. At a time when moral questions about armed forces are at the forefront of the public's attention, this book offers insight on current challenges related to war, nationalism, and justice.

Religion, War, and Ethics is a collection of primary sources from the world's major religions on the ethics of war. Each chapter brings together annotated texts - scriptural, theological, ethical, and legal - from a variety of historical periods that reflect each tradition's response to perennial questions about the nature of war: when, if ever, is recourse to arms morally justifiable.

But much of the book is a morality play about the dangers that can come with attributing patriotism as a virtue. This worry conflates with the difficulty most writers on the topic have: just how can you preserve patriotism without preserving nationalism. The just war tradition was born in the Middle Ages as a way of thinking about the use of military force as a manifestation of sovereign responsibility.

Emerging from the philosophical patrimony of both ancient Israel and the Greco-Roman worlds, the most significant early Christian expression of just war theory originated in Augustine of Hippo. Read this book on Questia. The Ethics of Nationalism blends philosophical discussion of the ethical merits and limits of nationalism with a detailed understanding of nationalist aspirations and a variety of national conflict zones.

Just War Theory has a long history in the western intellectual tradition. Augustine commented on the morality of war from a Christian perspective, as did several Arabic commentators from the 9th to the 12th centuries. But St. Thomas Aquinas provided the most celebrated and still discussed the main outlines of just war theory.

Just War Theory traditionally has two sets of criteria. Similar Items. The future of just war: new critical essays / by: Gentry, Caron E., et al.

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The Opposition to Nationalism that Wasn’t. By Daniel Strand on Septem Daniel Strand is a professor who teaches courses on the just war tradition, ethics and leadership, and contemporary political ethics. He has published articles and book chapters on Augustine of Hippo, Hannah Arendt, and the ethics of euthanasia.“Suárez, Aquinas, and the Just War: Self-Defense or Punishment,” in From Just War Ethics to Modern Peace Ethics, Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven and William A.

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