- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- New ed
- Yale University Press
- 210 x 140 x 20 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 340 g
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"In his latest book, James Turner Johnson, one of the great American exponents of the just-war approach, demonstrates its values by applying it with sustained rigour to the conflicts of the past decade, starting with the 1991 Gulf War. Johnson's analysis exudes wisdom." Lawrence Freedman, Times Literary Supplement "This is a very good book on an important topic." J. Bryan Hehir, Commonweal "Johnson here provides us with a timely attempt to apply traditional just war principles to a new breed of post-nuclear warfare... Johnson does a nice job of guiding the reader through the moral intricacies of just war theory... Johnson's book provides us with an example of how a very old moral tradition is still able to handle contemporary moral problems." Virginia Quarterly Review "To those caught between uncritical pacifism and equally uncritical interventionism, Johnson provides an invaluable perspective and sense of balance." Martin L. Cook, Christian Century
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James Turner Johnson is professor of religion and a member of the graduate program in political science at Rutgers University. He is the author of Can Modern War Be Just? published by Yale University Press.