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Targeted Killing
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CÉCILE FABRE RIGHTS, JUSTICE AND WAR: A REPLY*
I offer a response to Rodin’s, Statman’s, Stilz’s, and Tadros’ papers on my book Cosmopolitan War. I should begin by recording my gratitude to Jonathan Quong, who organized the workshop (at theExpand
SUPREME EMERGENCIES AND THE CONTINUUM PROBLEM
Abstract Many believe that in ‘supreme emergencies’ collectives are granted what I elsewhere call ‘special permissions’, permissions to carry out self-defensive acts which would otherwise be morallyExpand
Debunking, Vindication, and Moral Luck
Religious Arguments in the Public Sphere: A View from Israel
It is commonly believed that, from a liberal point of view, there is something problematic in government action rooted in religious considerations. We begin by showing exactly what kind of religiousExpand
Modern orthodoxy and morality: an uneasy partnership
Modern orthodoxy often perceives itself and is perceived by others as a movement which grants more importance to moral considerations in its interpretation of halakha and in its general worldviewExpand
Against Moral Taint
One motivation for adopting a justice-based view of the right to self-defense is that it seems to solve the puzzle of how a victim may kill her attacker even when doing so is not predicted to protectExpand
More on the Comparative Nature of Desert: Can a Deserved Punishment Be Unjust?
Adam and Eve have the same record yet receive different punishment. Adam receives the punishment that they both deserve, whereas Eve receives a more lenient punishment. In this paper, we exploreExpand
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