A Different Sense of Humanity: Occupation in Francis Lieber’s Code

@article{Giladi2012ADS,
  title={A Different Sense of Humanity: Occupation in Francis Lieber’s Code},
  author={Rotem Giladi},
  journal={International Review of the Red Cross},
  year={2012},
  volume={94},
  pages={81-116}
}
  • Rotem Giladi
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • International Review of the Red Cross
Accounts narrating the history of the modern law of occupation display ambivalence to the 1863 Lieber Code. At times, they mark the humanity of its provisions on occupied territories; at others, they find its concept of humanity in occupation limited compared to subsequent developments. A broader reading of the Code against Lieber’s published works, teaching and correspondence reveals a unique — and disconcerting — sense of humanity pervading through its provisions. Lieber’s different sense of… Expand
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