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Week Seven Notes

by: Sydney Purpora

Week Seven Notes PHIL 120

Sydney Purpora
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Ethical Reasoning
Kristin Schaupp

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Ethical Reasoning
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Date Created: 10/25/15
Philosophy 120 Class Discussion Lacky I Introduction 0 Pacifism not a position held by many 0 Most believe in Just War Theory I Morally permissible I Can respond to force but don t have to I Morally obligated I Have to respond to force in order to be moral 0 If one side is unjust does not mean the other is just I Just War I Can t have two sides as just I Reasons for war survival I Can have two sides that are unjust I Changes to views about what is moral I Competent Authority 0 Belligerent status 0 Controlled use of force 0 Identifiable political results I Right Intention O Motives O Moral considerations 0 Multiple motives I Actual vs pretense I What have to be excluded or not I Just Cause 0 For general good for all of the people or self defense 0 Wrong received interpreted wrong insult I Rule of Proportionality 0 Outcomes evil of war is less than I Consequences I How to fight 0 Introduction 0 Necessity O Proportionality O Discrimination


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