Just war morality demands that ethical judgements must take into account certain cold, unrelenting, and frustratingly immovable facts. Wisdom matters.
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 2, 2023
Revolutionary violence is never ethically justified
Eric PattersonSeptember 1, 2023
Part 3 of Eric Patterson’s series on Just War
Eric PattersonAugust 25, 2023
What is the difference between a terrorist and a freedom-fighter? Part 2 of Eric Patterson’s 4-part series on Just War.
Eric PattersonAugust 18, 2023
America never recognized the USSR’s occupation of the Baltics, but didn’t let it derail our diplomacy. This should be our approach with Ukraine and Crimea.
Robert MorrisonAugust 16, 2023
China’s invasion and annexation of Tibet in 1950 has too long been a forgotten episode of history
James RowellAugust 15, 2023
Part I of Eric Patterson’s four part series on the Just War Tradition
Eric PattersonAugust 4, 2023
We can rightly regret the necessity of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But their primary purpose was never the killing of large numbers of civilians.
Marc LiVeccheJune 16, 2023
The last essential requirement for a just war is to have a properly oriented set of intentions. These include rescue, justice, punishment, peace, and victory
Marc LiVeccheMay 22, 2023
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