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Just Peace: An Elusive Ideal

Mark Evans

Ethics beyond War's End

Swansea University Author: Mark Evans

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This chapter explores two aspects in which the concept of a just peace, with specific respect to its place in the theory of jus post bellum, is "elusive": (a) with respect to the indeterminacy, or essential contesttability, of certain key concepts which comprise it; (b) with respect to the...

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Published in: Ethics beyond War's End
Published: Washington DC Georgetown University Press 2012
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description This chapter explores two aspects in which the concept of a just peace, with specific respect to its place in the theory of jus post bellum, is "elusive": (a) with respect to the indeterminacy, or essential contesttability, of certain key concepts which comprise it; (b) with respect to the problems in actually achieving what is held to constitute a just peace.
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