The just-war tradition is a much-heralded aspect of moral reflection in the Western world. But does this series of criteria for the acceptability of particular wars really serve the purpose of limiting war? It’s a question I’ve changed my mind on in recent years, and Laurie Calhoun helps me to work through the issue in today’s episode.
About the Guest
Laurie Calhoun is a Research Fellow of the Independent Institute.
Other Book by Guest
Ep. 283 Left and Right Against War (Murray Polner)
Ep. 538 The Bipartisan Mainstreaming of Drone Warfare
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