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|260) So, Nathanson suggests that the foreseeable harm principle need not |
prohibit war altogether, because we can plausibly restrict its ... But even she
might indirectly ben- efit from the road, even if she does not use it herself. ...
When we think about whether we should wage war, we are partly wondering
whether the benefits that will accrue to us outweigh the costs ... We can justify the
costs to our combat- ants by the fact that they are part of the group that will benefit
if we win the war.
|No retreat. They must conquer or die who've no retreat. - Gay, John Conquer we |
shall, but, we must first contend! It's not the fight that crowns us, but the end. -
Herrick, Robert We should wage war not to win war, but to win peace. - Hoffman ...
|The other I believe is equally challenging and it presents greater dangers |
because it is not so generally recognized. ... in the fact that the existence and
development of a free system is most consonant with peace and the prospects of
peace. ... perhaps not so much, whether we can win a war against the totalitarian
states, but whether we can do that and at the same time ... If we do not solve that
problem it will profit us little to win the wars, for then we should have lost the basic
things for ...
|needed in great numbers with the result that health services will be seriously |
affected and careful plans must be made to protect communities from epidemics.
... What we can do to wage war, we can do to make a decent peace. ... Some will
sigh for the old carefree days but schools cannot remain isolated from the
currents and tides of community reconstruction. ... And we will not stop with
winning the war.
|British invaders) in terms of military innovation (both their weapons and the |
process of using them), not their absolute inferiority that ultimately dooms them. ...
Here we are simply agreeing with Thucydides when he said "Peace is an
armistice in a war that is continuously going on. ... Many societies and people can
produce good warriors and wage successful wars in one age but fail to succeed
|EventhoughAlQaeda does not occupy a territory or have a normal governmental |
structure it is able to do what, if done by a State, we would call the waging of war.
We can also thinkof insurgent groups – the Tamil Tigers, for instance – that
similarly operate quite an effective ... the same tactics, the same command
structure, and the same efficacy of waging and winning, or likelihood of winning,
battles. ... And this is one of the best reasons for thinking that non-State actors
can wage war.
|Mostwarfare takesanirregular form, but politically motivatedviolence is as |
common in Africa, Asia, andLatin America, ... Torefinethatclaimalittle, one can
argue that wars between nuclear-weapon states have been distinguished by
their absence, thus far, at least. In the West, we are not attuned culturally to think
of war and peace as a continuum—as different phases of essentially the same ...
Similarly, the maxim insists that it is not sufficient merely to win a war, even to win
|You may petition the Central Council with any dispute you have, and it will be |
heard, but you may not visit war upon ... Until we win peace, we will have war! ... "
You cannot possibly be so stupid as to think the good spirits tell you to wage war.
|Second, there needs to be a just cause to wage war, namely, that the enemy |
deserves to have war waged against it because of ... And so Augustine says in
his Questions on the Heptateuch: “We usually define just wars as those that
avengewrongs ... And so Augustine says: “For true worshipers of God, wars
waged with zeal for peace and not out of desire for gain or out ... But sometimes
one should act otherwise for the sake of the common good, and also for the good
of those against ...
|Lindbergh's celebrity status won his views very wide publicity in the American |
media. ... severely criticized by the interventionists in America when I say we
should not enter a war unless we have a reasonable chance of winning. That,
they will claim, is far too materialistic a viewpoint. . . . But I do not believe that our
American ideals, and our way oflife, will gain through an unsuccessful war. And I
know that the United States is not prepared to wage war in Europe successfully at