PHIL204 Journal 2 - WellingtonLiu PHIL204011...

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Wellington Liu PHIL204-011 Alan Smith, Summer 2010 Journal #2 Today's class we discussed about some interesting quotes. One of the quotes was "We  are the most peace-loving country of the world". I think this is quote by itself without explanation  can be very disputing. The reason why I say it is very disputing and staying neutral regarding the  quote is because the quote can be interpreted in two main different ways. One can interpret that  this quote is not true by providing facts about the wars that US has been in, for example,  Spanish-American War, World War I and II, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, etc. The other way  of interpreting would be proving truth of the quote by justifying that US participated in so many  wars to end wars. But then by saying it would still bring more arguments about the justification.
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course PHIL 204 taught by Professor Largent during the Summer '08 term at University of Delaware.

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