4 edition of A just war and other speeches found in the catalog.
A just war and other speeches
Ernesto F. Herrera
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ernesto F. Herrera.|
|LC Classifications||DS686.614 .H47 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||98947617|
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Just War is a concept that governs the conditions under which a war can be waged and how it can be waged. Increasingly, it also handles the post-war issues of legal claims about war crimes committed previously. The theory of Just War is known in variant forms since antiquity and several versions exist within both religious and philosophical.
The definitive collection of famous speeches by some of the most important figures in world history—newly repackaged. In this superb companion volume to the acclaimed Penguin Book of Twentieth-Century Speeches, veteran journalist Brian MacArthur brings together the words of more than one hundred influential men and women who changed and inspired the world through A just war and other speeches book sheer power /5(13).
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A little book with a huge subject. This is the transcript of a speech Howard Zinn made to the members of the EMERGENCY organisation. It tells a little bit about his experiences of war and using examples from US history, argues there is no just wars; that all war is for profit and not for the benefit is the citizens of either side/5.
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It is the definitive history of the US Civil War — it gives equal treatment to both sides, and is more than one million words, but is never boring. This book was a large part of Ken. McGowan Theater, National Archives Building, Washington, DC November 7, Good evening, and welcome to the National Archives.
I’m David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, and I’m pleased to welcome you to the William G. McGowan Theater for tonight’s screening of Just Like Me: Vietnam War Stories from All Sides, with our special guests, Ronald Osgood and Marc Leepson.
comprise the first and only book of Vonnegut’s speeches. There are fourteen speeches, eleven given at colleges, one to the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, one on the occasion of Vonnegut receiving the Carl Sandburg Award, and now the anti-war speech he gave just months after the publication of Slaughterhouse-Five, as well as from related.
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Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. By detailing the variety of reactions to Churchill's oratory and the fluctuations of responses over time, Toye brings out a larger point about the British war experience.
Like other scholars of. Let's just approach the speeches as Thucydides' way of exploring issues and illustrating points. Debate at Sparta () Sparta and its allies debate as to whether they should go to war over infractions of the treaty between the Athenian alliance and the Spartan alliance; Athens answers the charges.
Just war thought and the nuclear threat. The general issue of the validity of just-war thought with regard to nuclear war is a dividing line between two quite distinct general approaches to just-war ethics, which I will call “realist” and “nuclear pacifist,” and helps uncover their.
Churchill's defiance inspired the world: so did these 9 other war speeches. THE SPEECHES IN ACTS* SIMON J. KISTEMAKER Reformed Theological Seminary Jackson, MS About half of the Book of Acts consists of speeches, discourses, and letters.
Counting both the short and the long addresses, we number at least 26 speeches that are made by either apostles and Christian leaders or by non-Christians (Jews and Gentiles).File Size: 85KB.
Just war theory The theory of just war has been around for several centuries. According to Ramsey and Walzer, the notion of wars being just or unjust has been debated since the fifth century B.C. However, it was not until Aristotle that the term “Just War” was conceived to refer to the wars initiated by Hellenes against non-Hellenes.
What most people know of these speeches is largely ‘confined to a few famous phrases excerpted from a limited number of radio broadcasts in the summer of '.
The result is that these ‘quotable bits’ have crowded out other equally important, if less memorable speeches made throughout the war (pp. 2, ). comprise the first and only book of Vonnegut's speeches.
There are fourteen speeches, eleven given at colleges, one to the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, one on the occasion of Vonnegut receiving the Carl Sandburg Award, and now the anti-war speech he gave just months after the publication of Slaughterhouse-Five, as well as from related short.
Nowadays it's easy to forget what a real threat a German invasion and surrender was. At the time of Churchill's inspiring speech, the French army had been routed and would offer no more Author: Ross Bonander.
The ongoing presence of U. and British military forces in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere have sparked renewed debates between pacifists and those who espouse a "just war" theory.
In Christian circles, where an apt quotation by C. Lewis lends a great deal of authority to one's opinion, it should not be surprising to hear Lewis cited by.
A "Just" War or Just a War. Written Christianity and War and Other Essays Against the particularly if he or she has supported one or more aspects of the War on Terror, the book is a. And it will require us to think in new ways about the notions of "just war" and the imperatives of a just peace.
or in other places that have been scarred by war. Inaction tears at our conscience and can lead to more costly intervention later. Top American Speeches. Online Speech Bank.
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He's dealing with this war, and he's able to just, like, entertain guests. He's able to write these incredible - to dictate these incredible speeches. And, you know, I was just - I was really awed. There are some long-standing traditions of war ethics which are very different from the Just War tradition.
War is right if it is in the national interest This doctrine, in the most extreme form. Famous Speeches, Volume 1 Page - Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid against the other. It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God's.
assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men's faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. The only other time the world is invited into the speech, writ large, is when the president makes an invitation to Congress to declare war.” AD She.
ples of jus ad bellum, or what makes a war just, as applied to World War II. Students read Roosevelt’s Joint Address to Congress Leading to a Declaration ofWar Against Japan (the “day that will live in infamy” speech) in order to assess whether or not Roosevelt spelled out the case for a just war.
See theFile Size: KB. The following is an excerpt from the new book “Racing Against History: The Campaign for a Jewish Army to Fight Hitler,” by Rick Richman. On. The War on Free Speech, Day In, Day Out Today, Valentine's Day, a café in Copenhagen hosted a discussion on "Art, Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression".
Islam knows not "freedom of expression", and the inclination of a certain proportion of its adherents is to. Famous Civil War Documents and Speeches by Bob Blaisdell.
NOOK Book city. "We don't want your Negroes, or your horses, or your lands, or anything you have, but we do want and will have a just obedience to the laws of the United States.
That we will have, and if it involves the destruction of your improvements, we cannot help it Brand: Dover Publications. Howard Zinn is one of this country’s most celebrated historians. His classic work, “A People’s History of the United States,” changed the way we look at history in America.
First published. There were other experts and leaders and everyday Americans who believed this too. I wish I had been wrong. I wish we weren’t here talking about this at the beginning of the war’s fifth year -- because the consequences of this war have been profound.
And the sacrifices have been immeasurable. The just war tradition is central to the practice of international relations, in questions of war, peace, and the conduct of war in the contemporary world, but surprisingly few scholars have questioned the authority of the tradition as a source of moral guidance for modern statecraft.
He's also the co-editor of the "Quarterly Dissent" and the author of "Just and Unjust Wars," among other books.
View full text of the President's acceptance speech.The Gettysburg Address, delivered by Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War, is known as one of the greatest speeches in the world and makes a fundamental part of American history. In just words, Lincoln made valid arguments surrounding equality and concluded with the famous line.
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