3 edition of Noncombatant immunity and military necessity found in the catalog.
Noncombatant immunity and military necessity
Jonathan C. Gibbs
Written in English
|Statement||by Jonathan C. Gibbs, III.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 98/155 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 174 leaves|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||98147642|
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Rent or buy Just and Unjust Wars: A Moral Argument with Historical Illustrations - Can we reconcile noncombatant immunity with military necessity? What is the meaning and force of the double-effect doctrine? Consideration of the principle of proportionality and collateral damage. 1. Walzer, J&UW, chapters 9 and 10 (pp. – ): “Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity” and “War Against Civilians: Sieges and.
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Excerpt from: The Ethics of War and the Uses of War James A. Stroble, Chapter Two: Theories of Noncombatant Immunity. Introduction. If we hold in abeyance the derivation of noncombatant immunity from Nagel's absolutist ethics, we can pause to consider how else the rule of noncombatant immunity can be explained or justified.
Walzer's theory of noncombatant immunity states that immunity from attack is a fundamental human right that can only be lost once a person becomes a direct threat or consents to give up his or her right to immunity. Koontz cites inconsistencies in Walzer's method of determining the immunity of soldiers and civilians.
Nonlethal Weapons, Noncombatant Immunity, and Combatant Nonimmunity: A Study of Just War Theory. [REVIEW] John W. Lango - - Philosophia 38 (3)Cited by: 8. The martens clause and military necessity. humanitarian law, military necessity, and noncombatant immunity.
Article. Jan ; N.C. Crawford IHL essentially as a matter of municipal. noncombatant (nŏn′kəm-băt′nt, -kŏm′bə-tnt) n. A member of the armed forces, such as a chaplain or surgeon, whose duties lie outside combat. A civilian in wartime, especially one in a war zone.
noncombatant (ˌnɒnˈkɒmbətənt) n 1. (Military) a civilian in time of war 2. (Military) a member of the armed forces whose duties do.
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Ch 9: Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity. Ch War Against Civilians: Sieges and Blockades. Walzer’s view is founded not only on just war theory but on an understanding of the human rights of civilians. Interested readers should look to Chapter 9 (“Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity”), Chapter 10 (“War Against Civilians”), Chapter 11 (“Guerrilla War”).
“I believe in the principle of noncombatant immunity, the distinction drawn between the fighting man, who is a proper object for attack, and the civilian, who usually is not.
If military organizations are to be expected to conform to rules in warfare, those rules must, in short, permit them to do what is truly necessary to win. Asymmetric conflict is changing the way that we practice and think about war.
Torture, rendition, assassination, blackmail, extortion, direct attacks on civilians, and chemical weapons are all finding their way to the battlefield despite long-standing prohibitions. This book offers a practical guide for policymakers, military officers, lawyers, students, journalists and others who ask how to.
Military Necessity and the Principle of Discrimination in the Just War Tradition: A Kantian Test of Universality Unformatted Document Text: 27 REFERENCES Alexander, Lawrence A. Self-Defense and the Killing of Noncombatants: A Reply to Fullinwider.
Ted Grimsrud—Bluffton University lecture—10/25/11 World War II was the biggest catastrophe ever to befall humanity. Think of it like this: say a meteorite crashes into Findley and kills everyone, aro people. This would be incredible news. America’s worst ever natural disaster. But then, imagine that something like this happens every single day for five.
In this book, Michael Walzer does not make any great attempt to deal with jus ad bellum; he takes the principle that resistance to aggression is the basis for a just war as his starting point, and the majority of the book is devoted to the rules of war, that is, how to fight justly in war/5.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxiv, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Part One: The moral reality of war Against "realism" The crime of war The rules of war --Part Two: The theory of aggression Law and order in international society Anticipations Interventions War's ends, and the importance of winning --Part Three: The war.
Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity The Status of Individuals Naked Soldiers The Nature of Necessity (1) Submarine Warfare: The Laconia Affair Double Effect Bombardment in Korea The Bombing of Occupied France and the Vemork Raid War Against Civilians: Sieges and Blockades Coercion and Responsibility The Siege of Jerusalem, 72 A.D/5(K).
Noncombatant immunity and military necessity; War against civilians: sieges and blockades; Michael Walzer examines the moral issues surrounding military theory, war crimes, and the spoils of war.
reminding us once again that "the argument about war and justice is still a political and moral necessity.". (source: Nielsen Book Data. The Necessity of "Right Intent" for Justifiably Waging War Joseph Boyle Revenge, Affect, and Just War Brent J.
Steele Just War and Guerrilla War Michael L. Gross Bugsplat: US Standing Rules of Engagement, International Humanitarian Law, Military Necessity, and Noncombatant Immunity Neta C.
Crawford 6. Just War and Military. Winston Churchill launched Operation Gomorrah, ordering high-explosive and incendiary bombs to be dropped on the city of Hamburg on J. The just war tradition is central to the practice of international relations, in questions of war, peace, and the conduct of war in the contemporary world, but surprisingly few scholars have questioned the authority of the tradition as a source of moral guidance for modern by: 9.
Book Description: The just war tradition is central to the practice of international relations, in questions of war, peace, and the conduct of war in the contemporary world, but surprisingly few scholars have questioned the authority of the tradition as a source of moral guidance for modern statecraft.
Military Necessity, and Noncombatant. 9 Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity The Status of Individuals Naked Soldiers. The Nature of Necessity (1) Submarine Warfare: The Laconia Affair.
Double Effect Bombardment in Korea. The Bombing Of Occupied France and the Vemork Raid. 10 War Against Civilians: Sieges and Blockades Coercion and Responsibility Brand: Basic Books. The Used and Rental copies of this book are not guaranteed to include any supplemental materials. Typically, only the book itself is included.
Michael Walzer examines the moral issues surrounding military theory, war crimes, and the spoils of war. 9 Noncombatant Immunity and Military Necessity: (22) The Status of Individuals: (6 Book Edition: 4th.Bell accepted the necessity of air raids on Germany, provided that they were directed at targets like military bases, airfields, arms factories, railroad yards, naval docks, radio stations, radar installations, and oil refineries.
noncombatant immunity, and proportionality. He granted that unintended civilian casualties were inescapable in Author: Kirk Petersen.