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Israel, Palestine and Terror
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Mention -Book News, November 2008 'This is a brilliant, timely and important philosophical debate about the meaning and legitimacy of terrorism in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine against the background of history.' Tony Benn 'A rich and valuable collection of essays exploring the morality of terrorism from different points of view. The essays combine philosophical rigour with political commitment, and show what a politically engaged philosophy at its best can contribute to public life.' Bhikhu Parekh, Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster, UK
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Stephen Law is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Heythrop College, London and editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy Journal, THINK. He is the author of several highly successful introductions to philosophy, including The Philosophy Files (Orion, 2000) and The Philosophy Gym (Headline, 2003).
Introduction, Stephen Law (Heythrop College, UK); 1. Terrorisms in Palestine - Ted Honderich (UCL, UK); 2. Terror, Tomis Kapitan (University of Northern Illinois, USA); 3. The Morality of Palestinian Terrorism, Timothy Shanahan (Loyola Marymont University, USA); 4. Killing the Innocent, Richard Norman (University of Kent, UK); 5. Terrorism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Igor Primoratz (University of Melbourne, Australia); 6. Terrorism and Justice: Some Useful Truisms, Noam Chomsky (MIT, USA); 7. Terror in Palestine: A Non-Violent Alternative?, Stephen Law (Heythrop College, UK); 8. Casting the First Stone: Who Can, and Who Can't, Condemn the Terrorists, Gerald Cohen (University of Oxford, UK); 9. Murder and Morality: Professor Honderich on Israel and the Palestinians, Ardon Lyon (City University, UK); 10. Terror and Expected Collateral Damage: The Case for Moral Equivalence, Michael Neumann (Trent University, Canada); 11. In a World of Uneasy Virtue, William L. McBride (Purdue University, USA); 12. Talk and Terror: The Value of Just-War Arguments in the Context of Terror, Patrick Riordan (Heythrop College, UK); 13. Territory and Terrorism in Israel, Tamar Meisels (Tel-Aviv University, Israel); 14. Cosmopolitanism in a Time of Terror, Sharon Anderson-Gold (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA); 15. Tricks of Memory: Auschwitz and the Question of Palestiniam Terrorism, Brian Klug (University of Oxford, UK) Postscript, Ted Honderich (UCL, UK).