Rethinking the ‘just war’ part 2

Rethinking the ‘just war’ part 2

“The idea that conditions of war summon a different set of moral principles into effect is common but highly implausible. If it were true, the concept of war would be of the utmost practical significance. For whether a particular conflict is a war would determine which set of moral principles apply to the acts of those involved in it.” 

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