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War and the Christian Conscience: How Shall Modern War Be Conducted Justly?
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action actual all-out analysis Aquinas arms atomic Augustine believe calculation capability Catholic Catholic moral theology chap Christ churches civilian concept conduct consequences counter-forces credible death decision defense destroy destruction deterrence direct killing directly distinction doctrine double effect earthly enemy fact feasible fetus fight force H-bomb Herman Kahn human Hydrogen Bombing Ibid immoral innocent intention intrinsically italics added John Courtney Murray judgment just-war theory justice justified Kahn kiloton Lect legitimate lesser evil lives mankind means megaton weapons ment military targets missile modern moral limits Murray Murray's nation natural justice natural law never noncombatants nuclear testing nuclear warfare nuclear weapons objective Obliteration Bombing pacifist peace Philip Toynbee political possible principle problem proposal purpose question reason requires retaliatory rule of double seems self-defense simply Soviet statement tests thermonuclear threat tion traditional unjust aggressor unlimited violence warfare wrong