New Terror, New Wars
The hopeful conclusion to all wars is, of course, the restoration of peace. Gilbert concludes with a philosophical investigation of not only how to end them, but also how to resolve the conflicts that gave rise to them in the first place and how to produce the conditions in which they are unlikely to occur again—reminding us that the end to a "just war" must be a "just peace" and outlining what the nature of that just peace should be. New Terror, New Wars will be required reading for all those concerned with the ethical issues that inevitably arise from armed conflicts in whatever dire form they may take.
About the Author
"New Terror, New Wars has real merit. Gilbert is well informed both on relevant philosophical literature and on current developments, and presents his argument with care and acuity."—John Langan, SJ, Rose Kennedy Professor of Christian Ethics, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University
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