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Reply to Walzer, McMahan

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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
Philosophy 2083F/G
Professor
Frank Cameron

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KILLING IN WAR: A REPLY TO WALZER – MCMAHAN  Michael Walzer suggests that our common beliefs about individual responsibility and liability become largely irrelevant in the conduct of war  I believe that conditions of war change nothing at all; they simply make it more difficult to ascertain relevant facts  Laws of war cannot simply restate the principles of individual or intentional morality  I do not, accept collectivization at any level. No Iraqi soldiers moral status or liability was determined by his membership in the Republican Guard or by his being a conscript  We should also conclude that if a just combatant uses force against unjust combatants that would be proportionate if they we all culpable  How we class
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