12.3.2007 Kapitan Terrorism in the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Tomis Kapitan “Terrorism and the Arab-Israeli Conflict” The general lesson Terrorism Palestinian case study Sometimes Terrorism Is Justified Moral Implications of Terrorism
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From Last Time Katchadourian on how terrorism fails the conditions for a just war.
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A question (and a writing assignment) Are all forms of terrorism unjustified as Katchadourian suggests? - If so, why? - If not, can you think of some conditions under which terrorism would be justified?
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The Lesson of Kapitan's Article Sometimes terrorism is justified. - Often “terrorism” is disembodied from actual circumstances. - Once terrorism is disembodied, one marginalizes the terrorists Suddenly, the REASONS why terrorists behave as they do become unimportant, marginalized Terrorists are seen as moral monsters - Once one understands the actual situation, history, and culture, one can see that sometimes terrorism is the ONLY avenue for self-defense.
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Terrorism Terrorism -
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course PHI 2630 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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