Ethics of War and Peace (21715). 3 units. This course will integrate an exploration of Western moral traditions and ethical philosophy with the unique legal and moral obligations placed upon those in government who make decisions regarding the use of U.S. military force and those in the military who practice the profession of arms. Methodology: facilitated seminar discussions and case study analyses spanning the breadth of issues that arise in armed conflict: just war theory, law of armed conflict, conscientious objection, military justice, humanitarian intervention, terrorism, and drone warfare, among others. Open only to J.D. students. Enrollment limited to six Law students. Scheduled examination or paper option. Also PHIL 730b S.J. Shapiro and V. Kemper.
SLB - 112 (Mon) SLB - 112 (Wed) Grade mode: graded CRN: 20119
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