Philosophy 140

Philosophy 140 - not guilty ← conscripts ← ←...

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Phil 140 07/10/2007 17:26:00 Two grounds (at most) on which it’s justified to kill another person without his consent 1. in punishment for something he did 2. in self defense or defense of another (1) it’s permissible to kill combatants in war (2) it’s impermissible to kill enemy noncombatants Anscombe-Ramsey approach: anayses the combatant/noncombatant distinction between criminals and non-criminals civilian war supporters guilty - involuntary
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Unformatted text preview: not guilty ← conscripts ← ← combatant --- noncombatants ← fullenwider: threat --- not threat ← ← Fullenwider: analyzes the combatant-noncombatant distinction between those closely associated w. a lethal threat and those who are not ← ← mob gives A a motive to kill B. A attacks B. B kills A to repel the attack. ← ← Mob = noncombatants ← A = combatants ← Threat to B’s life = war ← ← 07/10/2007 17:26:00 ← 07/10/2007 17:26:00 ←...
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