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Morale and Morality An Uneasy Relationship
Rules vs Standards in Military Law
Martial Courage as Moral Judgment
Promoting Practical Judgment
What Soldiers Know
Misreading Orders Morally
Disobedience as Creative Compliance
Living with Lawyers
Views of Atrocity in Legal Theory Positivist Naturalist and Postmodernist
Individual Responsibility for Systemic Horrors?
Legal Norms and Social Practices in Military Life
Cold Hearts and the Heat of Battle Atrocity from Above or from Below?
Permutations on Perversity Atrocity by Connivance and Brutalization
Why Do Men Fight?
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The Warrior Ethos: Military Culture and the War on Terror
No preview available - 2007