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Just War Reconsidered

Strategy, Ethics, and Theory
Narrated by: Tim Halligan
Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
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In Just War Reconsidered: Strategy, Ethics, and Theory, James M. Dubik draws on years of research as well as his own experiences as a soldier and teacher to fill the gaps left by other theorists. He applies moral philosophy, political philosophy, and strategic studies to historical and contemporary case studies to reveal the inaccuracies and moral bankruptcy that inform some of the literature on military ethics. Conventional just war theory adopts a binary approach, wherein political leaders have moral accountability for the decision to go to war and soldiers have accountability for fighting the war ethically. Dubik argues, however, that political and military leadership should be held accountable for the planning and execution of war in addition to the decision to initiate conflict.

Dubik bases his sober reassessment on the fundamental truth that war risks the lives of soldiers and innocents as well as the political and social health of communities. He offers new standards to evaluate the ethics of warfare in the hope of increasing the probability that the lives of soldiers will not be used in vain and the innocent not put at risk unnecessarily.

©2016 James M. Dubik (P)2016 Redwood Audiobooks

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  • "rickoss"
  • 12-26-18

Interesting subject, awful performance

This audiobook does contain some interesting content, but honestly the performance is the real problem. It makes it difficult follow and impossible to enjoy. I would recommend checking the audio sample before buying.