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Date Created: 03/02/15
PHIL2429 War Terrorism and Torture Spring 2015 Lecture Notes 24 February Jus in Bello Realism as an alternative 0 Rules in war slow the process prescriptive realism consequentialist o Ineffective to impose morals descriptive realism 0 Response Honorable combatant selfinterest If we limit our behavior others will too 0 Conditions ofJus in Bello o Discrimination Target legitimate targets don t target illegitimate targets Combatants pose a threat Hirearchical group chain of command accountability Visual Distinction patchbear arms to demarcate legitimate targets 0 But guerilla warfare Obeying Jus in Bello 0 Not targeting illegitimate nonpersonal targets 0 Proportionality Lethal SelfDefense Needs to be instrumental to the battle National SelfDefense Lives yours or others Sovereignty Combatants vs Non combatants 0 Enemy vs us Hurka Special responsibilities WalzerChristopher Minimize alcivilian casualties 0 Military Necessity Have to have military purposes depleting militaryhuman resources NOT political 0 Weapons Discrimination Proportionality Biological Weapons Chemical weapons Nuclear weapons
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