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And it was made when no other decision seemed possible if there was to be any sort of military offensive against Nazi Germany. But these calculations have no similar effects when what is at stake is only the speed or the scope of victory. Author sates upfront he was a Vietnam anti-war demonstrator and writes to explain that position through a moral explanation of war in a quiet and reflective way.
Argues there are universal values in war and uses evidence the language used to talk about war throughout time, even the hypocrisy of it between language and actions. Works to write a practical philosophy book on just war, deal with superstructure not substructure.
Puts morality and strategy on the same plan but going at different purposes. Jus Bello Conduct in War — tension between the two. Bomber Harris.
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Accountability levels. Walzer uses discourse theory to examine just war ad bellum and in bello from a new perspective. Puts the onus on everything from aggression and civilian rights to terrorism and guerrilla warfare on the aggressing power. Concludes that the burden of proof of war has shifted from alls fair to more universal concepts of human rights.
Gives lots of leeway to interventions—not so much to individual soldiers actions. Posits that fighting needs to be proportional and limited. Fights hard against overwhelming force to get surrender utilitarian argument. He is against realism Athens vs. Melas debate.
Must re-examine just war theory. All is NOT fair in war. War has a separate sphere not on the same continuum as non-war with regards to morality. War is not necessarily a continuation of politics by other means as relates to morality. Biggest onus is on the invading, aggressing, using force power turns it on its head.
Michael Walzer, Just and Unjust Wars (1977)
Human rights an important factor. War Covenant — war norms over time—very important on how we view war. Definitions of war not an issue—but judgment and interpretation are. Shared judgments are possible. Proving Hypocrisy is important. You will be judged after war.
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If one has no control of the fight ie professional soldier, conscript, moral judgment on those who start it. Author concludes this is wrong.
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Uses discourse to turn war morality on its head, while at the same time appealing to old universals of the war covenant. Clearly biased towards Vietnam. Gives all sorts of subjective comments in it.