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Jus ad Bellum
Jus in Bello The Nuremberg Principles
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absolute pacifist act of aggression alternative Anscombe argue argument Article 2(4 basic Charter claim clear committed concept conclude conflicting conscientious conscientious objector context course crime against peace crime under international criminal criteria crucial defense definition Dinstein discussion distinction double effect doctrine doubt ethical evil example Falk fight genocide grounds H.L.A. Hart Henkin Ibid important innocent insistence international law international legal interpretation intuitions irrelevant issue jus ad bellum jus in bello justice justified Kelsen's killing legal system logical Louis Henkin McDougal and Feliciano means ment meta-ethics military necessity moral choice Narveson national law norm nuclear Nuremberg Principles Nuremberg trials obedience to superior obligation pacifism peace philosophical political possible problem question Rawls reason regard rejection relevant responsibility rule utilitarian rules seems selective pacifist self-defense sense simply situation sovereignty specific Superior Orders surely theory Thomas Schelling tion United Nations unjust victor's justice violence Walzer warfare wars Wasserstrom