Justice and violence: political violence, pacifism and cultural transformation

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Ashgate, 2005 - Law - 252 pages
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Justice and Violence brings together a fascinating and varied volume that focuses on the ethics of both political violence and pacifism. By incorporating historical, geopolitical and cultural case studies, this volume is a unique look at a comparative analyses of these two phenomema and contending world views. This volume is a must read for political scientists, ethicists, historians, sociologists, anthropologists and policy analysts. As we move deeper into the twenty-first century, the contradictory and conflicting forces of globalization and cultural fragmentation make it increasingly crucial to give serious consideration to the issues raised in this volume.

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Contents

An Ethic of Restraint or the Defense of Order?
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Moralizing Violence or a Just Response? The Dimensions
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Declaring and Making
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Copyright

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