Ch. 6 Just War, Justice Beyond Borders--Simon Caney (Sections 1-2) - Ch 6 Just War Justice Beyond Borders-Simon Caney November-20-13 9:15 PM Jus ad

Ch. 6 Just War, Justice Beyond Borders--Simon Caney (Sections 1-2)

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Ch. 6 Just War, Justice Beyond Borders--Simon Caney November-20-13 9:15 PM Jus ad bellum: when war may be waged Jus in bello: how war may be waged Magistrate Ivanov's two types of moralities: 1. Anti-vivisection: individuals are sacred, cannot be reduced to human units 2. Vivisection: collective aims justify all means, humans can be reduced to human units Caney's two types of injustice: 1. External wrongs: a political regime and its members are attacked by an external agent a. Questions include: can you engage in war in self defence? Can you punish the aggressor? Can you recover stolen resources? 1. Internal wrongs: wrongs are being committed within a political regime a. Questions focus on whether outside political regimes are ever morally permitted or required to intervene to prevent such wrongs. Section 1: Standard Account of Just War 4 Preliminary points: 1. Caney does not seek to provide a comprehensive account of when and how war should be waged a. He does not examine civil war or waging war to protect human rights in another regime 1. This chapter focuses on how political regimes can respond to wrongs perpetrated by external agents a. Political regimes and 'external agents' are each wider than 'states' 1. Other values besides justice should influence how regimes respond to
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