Skickas inom vardagar. Robert Holmes is one of the leading proponents of nonviolence in the United States, and his influence extends to the rest of the world. However, he has never presented his views on nonviolence in full-length book form. The Ethics of Nonviolence brings together his best essays on the topic, both classic works and more obscure pieces, as well as several important essays that have never been published.
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Holmes started his career by following Dewey and James, and then turned toward metaethics. The Vietnam War finally led him toward moral problems related to war and violence. For the last forty years he has been a great proponent of nonviolence and pacifism in the style of Tolstoy and Gandhi. If ethics is meant to be more than a purely academic exercise, the theoretical ethics of philosophy must be shown to be relevant to applied morality; the ongoing process of making moral judgments must add value to the world we live in.
For Robert Holmes, no aspect of reality is more in need of ethical thinking and reform than the culture of war and violence that cannot be ignored. George P. Terrorism Unjustified. Vicente Medina. Contingent Pacifism. Larry May. War after September Verna V. Confronting Evils. Claudia Card. The Communist Manifesto. Karl Marx. Civil Disobedience.
Henry David Thoreau. The Bigot. Stephen Eric Bronner. Conflict After the Cold War. Richard K. A Conflict of Visions. Thomas Sowell. Starve and Immolate. Banu Bargu. Violent Geographies. Derek Gregory. Mark Worrell. Terror, Religion, and Liberal Thought. Richard Miller. In America. The Hawks of Peace. Dmitry Rogozin.
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Fighting Terror. Alex Bellamy. Gender Inclusive. Adam Jones. The Hate Handbook. Martin Oppenheimer. Targeted Killings. Claire Finkelstein. Inventing Peace.
Wim Wenders. Pop Culture Goes to War. Geoff Martin. The Gamble of War. War and Delusion. Dirk Kruijt. Beyond Just War. Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age. Mike Hardy. The ethics of war. Philosophical Bagatelles. Richard J.
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Assistant Professor of Religion A. Terrance Wiley. The Legitimate Use of Military Force. Howard M. Rousseau and the Paradox of Alienation. Sally Howard Campbell. Prisoners of Conscience. Gerard A.
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