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Michael Walzer on the Moral Legitimacy of States and the ...

Michael Walzer on the Moral Legitimacy of States and the Morality of Killing in War Nathan E. Mueller Thesis submitted to the faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts In Philosophy William ...

Walzer v. Osborne , No. 20, September Term, 2006

Walzer v. Osborne , No. 20, September Term, 2006 HEADNOTE: TORTS - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ACTIONS - EXPERT REPORTS - DISMISSAL - The Health Care Malpractice Claims Statute, Md. Code (1974, 2002 Repl. Vol., 2006 Cum. Supp.), § 3-2A-04(b) of the Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, mandates that ...

Michael Walzer on Just War Theory's "Critical Edge"

T HE I NDEPENDENT R EVIEW 420 L AURIE C ALHOUN any proposed military strategy or tactic has to meet—only one of the tests and not the most important one, but this still gives just war theory a place and standing that it never had before" (p. 12).

Michael Walzer, Industrial Democracy, and Complex Equality

MICHAEL WALZER, INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY, AND COMPLEX EQUALITY ROBERT MAYER Loyola University Chicago The most pervasive injustice identified by Michael Walzer in Spheres of Justice concerns the distribution of power at work.

A discussion with Michael Walzer

A discussion with Michael Walzer April 2006 Since the publication in 1977 of his book on war, Just and Unjust Wars (which has since become a classic), Michael Walzer is one of the outstanding thinkers on just war theory, terrorism and war in general.

Responsibility and Proportionality in State and Nonstate Wars

40* Parameters Responsibility and Proportionality in State and Nonstate Wars MICHAEL WALZER ©*2009*Michael*Walzer P eople get killed in wars. Soldiers get killed, as do civilians—not only when they are deliberately targeted but also when they are trapped in a combat zone or happen to be in ...

A Few Words on Mill, Walzer, and Nonintervention

SYMPOSIUM: WALZER AND THE MORAL STANDING OF STATES A Few Words on Mill, Walzer, and Nonintervention MichaelW. Doyle* There is a country in Europe... whose foreign policy is to let other nations alone....

Does Michael Walzer distinguish sufficiently between state ...

November 22, 2009 IR462: Introduction to International Political Theory Anna Kalashyan Does Michael Walzer distinguish sufficiently between state, nation and political community in his defense of the norm of non-intervention?

Interpretation and Social Criticism

M ICHAEL WALZER is many things — a political activist; an editor, along with Irving Howe, of Dissent magazine; a former professor at Harvard and Princeton universities, and now a member of the permanent faculty at the Insti-tute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey.

Five Questions About Terrorism

Five Questions About Terrorism Michael Walzer Leo Casey, Michael Kazin, James Rule, and Ann Snitow responding, and Walzer responding in turn Dissent , Winter 2002, Volume 49, Number 1 1 This is not going to be a straightforward and entirely coherent argument.