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Law and Morality at War

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著者: 
Adil Ahmad Haque
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2020年02月
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Oxford Legal Philosophy
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Law and Morality at War develops a normative framework within which the law of armed conflict should be evaluated, interpreted, and reformed. The book defends existing protections for civilians, proposes new protections for combatants, and interprets vague and ambiguous rules - including discrimination, precautions, and proportionality - in their morally best light. The book makes original contributions to a variety of current debates in moral and legal philosophy, including the justification of legal authority, moral liability to defensive harm, and moral choice under uncertainty. At the same time, the book directly confronts the complex problems of the modern battlefield, including the use of human shields. Both theoretical and practical, the book aims to better guide combatants and better protect civilians. With a new preface addressing recent developments and continued armed conflict.

目次: 

1 Introduction
2 Law and Morality
3 Civilians
4 Combatants
5 Distinction
6 Discrimination
7 Precautions
8 Proportionality
9 Human Shields
10 War Crimes
Appendix Revisionism

著者について: 

Adil Ahmad Haque is Professor of Law and Judge Jon O. Newman Scholar at Rutgers Law School as well as Associate Graduate Faculty at the Rutgers University Department of Philosophy.

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