Ethics for Enemies

Ethics for Enemies comprises three original essays on highly contentious issues in practical moral philosophy. F. M. Kamm presents powerful arguments about the concept and morality of torture; what makes terrorism wrong and whether it is always wrong; and whether the right motivation and the proportionality of harms to good can make war just.

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Publisher OUP Oxford
Release Date
ISBN 0199680590
Pages 190 pages
Rating 4/5 (97 users)