Anatomy of an Obsession: A Collection of Half-Baked Thoughts on Just War and Pacifism

Okay, no more posting on the whole just war theory/pacifism thing for a while. But for posterity’s sake (or just for handy reference), I’ve collected what I think are all or nearly all the posts I’ve done dealing with jwt and/or pacifism.

Here they are (in chronological order):

“Fighting with One Hand Tied Behind Your Back”

“Thoughts on Iraq”

“Counting the Cost”

“Just War, Pacifism, and ‘Realism’”

“War and the onus probandi

“Are Pro-War Christians Bloodthirsty?”

“Hart’s War”

“Body Counts and Just War”

“Loving Your Neighbor, Wielding the Sword”

“Acts of War”

“The Politics of Non-Violence”

“Libertarians and War (Yet again)”

“A Question for Pacifists”

“Church, State, and War”

“Just War Theory–>Pacifism?”

“Orwell and Just War”

“Can I Turn Your Cheek?”

“Just War and the Christian Conscience”

“Hart on Self-Defense”

“G.E.M. Anscombe on Just War”

“Ad bellum ad nauseum”

“Just War as Care for the Neighbor”

“’Do Not Resist an Evil Person’”

“Truman, Just War, and the Bomb

“Just War Theory and Proof-Texting”

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4 thoughts on “Anatomy of an Obsession: A Collection of Half-Baked Thoughts on Just War and Pacifism”

  1. So you were partly stoned (“half-baked”) when you wrote all those posts? Ahh, that explains it.

    I’m totally kidding! :P

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