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The Conscientious Objectors in Iraq: Placing Them in an Historical Context

  title={The Conscientious Objectors in Iraq: Placing Them in an Historical Context},
  author={Shaun Randol},
The conscientious objector "has never been eulogized by well-meaning persons, who understand neither the conscientious objector himself nor the national interest in a time of war, and he has, on the other hand, been roundly abused and reviled by a large part of our citizenry as a coward and a slacker. Apparently, there is no compromise ground: he is diabolically black to his critics while to his defenders his raiment is as the snows" (Kellog 1919: 1). Ruminating over war is as ancient as the… 
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Savaş Kahramanı Bir Vicdani Retçi: Savaş Vadisi (Hacksaw Ridge) Filminde Çatışan Erkeklikler

Amerika’nin onur madalyasi alan ilk vicdani retcisi olarak kabul edilen Desmond Doss’un hayatindan sinemaya uyarlanan Savas Vadisi ( Hacksaw Ridge , Mel Gibson, 2016) filmi, dini inanci sebebiyle



The Moral Equivalent of War.

  • G. Sheehan
  • Political Science
    The Physician and sportsmedicine
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In my remarks, pacifist though I am, I will refuse to speak of the bestial side of the war-regime and consider only the higher aspects of militaristic sentiment.

The moral equivalent of war

The war against war is going to be no holiday excursion or camping party. The military feelings are too deeply grounded to abdicate their place among our ideals until better substitutes are offered

Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Presents a broad survey of philosophical thoughtEach chapter explores, and places in context, a major area of philosophical enquiry - including the theory of meaning and of truth, the theory of

The sutras of Abu Ghraib : notes from a conscientious objector

Dissent: Voices of Conscience

“ Mark Wilkerson ’ s Statement , ” in Dissent : Voices of Conscience Ann Wright and Susan Dixon

  • 2008

Is Conscience A Crime

Hearts and minds.

Mike Tonn: Conscientious Objector,

  • Archive.org,
  • 2004

Kevin Benderman’s Statement,” in Dissent: Voices of Conscience

  • 1919