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LEC20 – Counter Terror Nov 19 2009

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PHL281H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Vaugn: Plastic Surgery, The Hastings Center

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Is cosmetic surgery a medical privilege or an abuse of medical knowledge and skill: consumer oriented entrepreneurial practice. Professional integrity
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RSM230H1 Midterm: important questions summary

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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC17 – Discrimination Nov 5 2009

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Traditional view (waltzer: moral equality of soldiers, soldiers just and unjust side are both morally permitted to kill each other, all legitimate targ
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC16 – Discrimination Nov 3 2009

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 combatants are moral targets and non-combatants are not this is b/c while everyone started off with rights to not be killed some ppl lost their right
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC19 – Counter Terror Nov 17 2009

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 differ from normal combat and insurgency in that it targets civilians.  state terrorism: use by governments for intimidation, iraq government.  sub
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC6 – Just Cause Sept 29 2009

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Proportionality individual act of war is permissible iff the damage it will cost is not disproportionate to the good it will yield.  the good achieved
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC5- Just War Overview-Competent Authority-Right Intention Sept 24 2009

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 applies proportionality mainly to offensives wars ie. economic just cause (think of canadian company in brazil)  sometimes during risk period of nuc
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC4- Competent Authority and Right Intention Sept 22 2009

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Just cause if we are invaded by usa the aggression violates the right to collective government.  offensive wars can be justified/permissible but they
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC13 – Proportionality and Necessity Oct 22 2009

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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC23 - Nuclear Deterrance Dec 1

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Review plus exam discussion on thursday; essays ok on friday, leave in my dropbox. Topic is nuclear deterrence, which will connect with walzer on supre
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC11 – Humanitarian Intervention Oct 15 2009

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 clear examples of pure humanitarian intervention is rare, usually its a mixed motives.  humanitarian intervention lacks territorial control as oppos
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

PHL378H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Spanish Civil War

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 war is only just if it is fought in defence of aggression legalist paradigm would condemn any intervention of state a in state b as in our examples:
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LEC17 – Discrimination Nov 5 2009

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LEC20 – Counter Terror Nov 19 2009

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LEC16 – Discrimination Nov 3 2009

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 combatants are moral targets and non-combatants are not this is b/c while everyone started off with rights to not be killed some ppl lost their right
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LEC19 – Counter Terror Nov 17 2009

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 differ from normal combat and insurgency in that it targets civilians.  state terrorism: use by governments for intimidation, iraq government.  sub
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LEC6 – Just Cause Sept 29 2009

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Proportionality individual act of war is permissible iff the damage it will cost is not disproportionate to the good it will yield.  the good achieved
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC5- Just War Overview-Competent Authority-Right Intention Sept 24 2009

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 applies proportionality mainly to offensives wars ie. economic just cause (think of canadian company in brazil)  sometimes during risk period of nuc
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LEC4- Competent Authority and Right Intention Sept 22 2009

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Just cause if we are invaded by usa the aggression violates the right to collective government.  offensive wars can be justified/permissible but they
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LEC13 – Proportionality and Necessity Oct 22 2009

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LEC23 - Nuclear Deterrance Dec 1

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Review plus exam discussion on thursday; essays ok on friday, leave in my dropbox. Topic is nuclear deterrence, which will connect with walzer on supre
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LEC11 – Humanitarian Intervention Oct 15 2009

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 clear examples of pure humanitarian intervention is rare, usually its a mixed motives.  humanitarian intervention lacks territorial control as oppos
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC24 - Review Dec 3 2009

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 do not write on same topic you did on essay. Humanitarian intervention law model vs. war model is humanitarian intervention a just cause for war? int
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC23 - Nuclear Deterrance Dec 1

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Review plus exam discussion on thursday; essays ok on friday, leave in my dropbox. Topic is nuclear deterrence, which will connect with walzer on supre
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LEC22 – Supreme Emergency Nov 26 2009

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 soldiers and civilians lives are not equal. Land invasion as opposed to nuclear bomb in land invasion, there would be lots of damage infrastructure.
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LEC21 – Supreme Emergency Nov 24 2009

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 deontology: opposite of consequentiallism, you should do an act not because it"s the right act whether or not it produce good consequences is irrelev
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC20 – Counter Terror Nov 19 2009

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 can be satisfied by state and informal grouping of ppl.  state terrorism: government in war intentionally bomb civilians (terror bombing) some ppl s
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LEC19 – Counter Terror Nov 17 2009

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 differ from normal combat and insurgency in that it targets civilians.  state terrorism: use by governments for intimidation, iraq government.  sub
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LEC18 – Counterinsurgency - War on Guerrillas Nov 10 2009

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LEC17 – Discrimination Nov 5 2009

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Traditional view (waltzer: moral equality of soldiers, soldiers just and unjust side are both morally permitted to kill each other, all legitimate targ
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC16 – Discrimination Nov 3 2009

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 combatants are moral targets and non-combatants are not this is b/c while everyone started off with rights to not be killed some ppl lost their right
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UTSGPHL378H1Tom HurkaFall

LEC15 – Discrimination Oct 29 2009?

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Discrimination legitimate vs. illegitimate targets in bello condition traditional view / waltzer: combatants are legitimate, non-combatants are illegit
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