Collectivism by Hayek
-Hayek believes in liberal planning or regulating competition.
-Planning is a way to live.
-Collectivism is a term used by Hayek. It is used with socialism to apply to fairness in
opportunity in government. Talks about the needs by w
International Law Morality
I. Jus ad bellum/Jus in bello
How you can justly go to war but be fighting it in an unjust way. (see above notes, goes
into more detail)
II. International Law/International Morality
In all of these instances, the whole question
Laissez Faire When the state steps back and does not involve in government and allows
people to partake in the free market and allow people to do what they want with their
property. By the end of the century, people had things that were never e
Justice at War:
-3 things: object of action, subjective intention of actor, and circumstances of a situation.
Ex. A person has spoken an untrue statement. We have to know intention
of the person; he might think it is true. Take into account the morality o
Past and Current Issues
I. Double Effect
The basic principle of the war convention is that soldiers have the right to kill soldiers.
War is a battle between opposing military forces. This is unusual because usually people
dont have the right to kill other
Moments in American Foreign Policy
Washingtons Farewell Address concludes that Americans should avoid entangling in
foreign alliances. He recommends peace and trade with the world. He insists that the
Americans have no program of conquest. His doctrine is
Michael Walzers Book_Just and Unjust Wars
Came as a result of his reflections of the Vietnam War (as an opponent) and Israels 6 day
war (as an admirer)
He discovers that distinctions can be drawn between the just and unjust use of force in
war. (When it i
I. Duality of War
Jus ad bellum Justice towards war (starting a fight) Is it just to fight in the first place?
That is what Jus ad bellum asks.
Jus in bellum Justice in war (how they fought)
Sherman defended his burning of Georgia by saying that he was ju