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The morality of peace and war

Author: Martin Thomas Woods; Robert Buckenmeyer
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Intelman Books, 1974.
Series: Intelman library, no. 4.
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Woods, Martin Thomas.
Morality of peace and war.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Intelman Books, 1974
(OCoLC)894772032
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Thomas Woods; Robert Buckenmeyer
OCLC Number: 1205402
Description: 426 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The perennial problem of peace and war --
Part One: The moral issues of peace and war --
Is war justifiable as an instrument of state policy? --
The defense of society against injustice / Plato --
The role of peace and war in civic life / Aristotle --
War--a brutal necessity / Marcus Tullius Cicero --
The princely art of war / Niccolo Machiavelli --
The avoidance of war / Jean Bodin --
The publicly justifiable causes of war / Hugo Grotius --
The right of war transferred to the state / Thomas Hobbes --
Sovereignty and the right of war / Benedictus de Spinoza --
Defense of the rights of citizens / Johann Gottlieb Fichte --
Intervention in foreign civil wards / John Stuart Mill --
The rationality of warfare / George Santayana --
Political decisions as the source of war / Erich Fromm --
War--a device of the total state / John Hospers --
Is war a justifiable choice for the individual conscience? --
Christian respect for human life / Origen --
The wise man wages just war / St. Augustine --
The virtuous warrior / Al-Farabi --
An appeal for crusaders / St. Bernard of Clairvaux --
The complaint of peace / Erasmus of Rotterdam --
Pretexts for murderous war / François Voltaire --
Law of God vs law of the state / Leo Tolstoy --
Can war be justified on some other principle? --
Authority, just cause, right intention / St. Thomas Aquinas --
Manifest destiny of world empire / Dante Alighieri --
The final resource of justice / St. Thomas More --
Divine decree and the secular order / Martin Luther --
The right of nature and the law of nations / Hugo Grotius --
Cultural purgation / Friedrich Nietzsche --
Supression of exploitation / Vladmimir Ilyich Lenin --
Necessity of survival / Osward Spengler. Part Two: Modern problems which complicate the morality of peace and war --
The problem of pacifism --
The crime of militarism / Leo Tolstoy --
The futility of pacifism / Walter Lippman --
Pacifism and Christianity / Elizabeth Anscombe --
The illogic of pacifism / Sidney Hook --
The problem of technology --
Limits of the right to destroy / Johann Gottlieb Fichte --
Technique and the will to power / Nicholas Berdyaev --
Indissociable evils of technology / Jacques Ellul --
Technology--an infringement on man / Richard M. Weaver --
The possibility of civilized warfare / Thomas E. Murray --
The impossibility of civilized warfare / Erich Fromm --
The problem of human alienation --
Authority vs alienation / Jean Jacques Rousseau --
Secularism, capitalism, and collectivism / Nicholas Berdyaevb --
Man's moral alienation / Pitirim A. Sorokin --
The confounded sense of peace and war / Maurice Merleau-Ponty --
War as the absolute lie / Gabriel Marcel --
War unnatural to man / Aldous Huxley --
Part Three: The moral alternatives of peace and war --
War is essential to the good life for man --
The moral necessity of war / G.W.F. Hegel --
The social necessity of war / Auguste Comte --
The cultural necessity of war / Friedrich Nietzsche --
The hallmark of nobility / Benito Mussolini --
War is a necessary condition of peace --
Lifelong warfare--the lot of man / Plato --
Peace is the goal of war / St. Augustine --
Peace is a passing truce / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --
Peace and war are interdependent / Mao Tse-Tung --
The conflict of realism and moralism / Reinhold Niebuhr --
International organizations and compulsory arbitration as requirements for peace --
An international covenant of peace / Immanuel Kant --
The need for confederation / Johann Gottlieb Fichte --
On remedies for violence / Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud --
The legal abolition of war / John Dewey --
Nationalism abolished by a world state / George Santayana --
Cooperative world government / Arnold Toynbee --
Détente and rejection of nuclear war / Bertrand Russell --
The failure of peace organizations / Aldous Huxley --
The problem of partiality / Reinhold Niebuhr --
A return to classical values or a turn to a new morality --
Statesmanship--the master art / Plato --
Love--the supreme law / Leo Tolstoy --
The success of non-violence / Pitirim A. Sorokin --
The ethical control of creative forces / Jacques Maritain --
Totalization vs the middle road of justice / Thomas E. Murray.
Series Title: Intelman library, no. 4.
Responsibility: [edited by] Martin T. Woods, Robert Buckenmeyer.

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