Index
aggression 109 , 164 , 190-3 , 132 , 195 , 198-9
alethic modalities 21
Alexandrov, Stanimar 116
allowing to die 61
all-things-considered obligation 23-4 , 25
Aquinas, Thomas 103 , 168 n. 6 , 174
Aristotle 91 n. 41 , 104 , 143
Augustine 103 , 104 , 141 , 168-9 , 170 , 174
Austin, J. L. 27 , 91
balance of power 190-1
basic goods 46
Bentham, Jeremy 25
Blackstone, William 96
bloodless invasion 131-3
Bodin, Jean 119
Bowett, D. W. 109-10
brinkmanship 192-4
Bull, Hedley 117
Caroline Doctrine 111 , 114
Cassese, Antonio 117
charity 19
Cicero, Marcus Tullius 58 , 104
Clausewitz, Carl Von 11 , 105 , 120 , 139
collateral consequences 11 , 53-4
Combacau, J. 191
common life (community) 142-62
common morality 7-9 , 12
compassion 69 , 92 , 96
compensation 28 , 30 , 45 , 52
conditional threats 133-7
conscription 165 , 171
consent 170-3 , 176 , 177-8 , 179
consequentialism 10-13 , 24-5 , 51-5 , 64 , 66-7 , 78 , 96 , 198
account of national-defense 116-18
'lesser-evil' justification 28 , 51-5 , 56
rule consequentialism 54-5
contract killers 59 , 171-2
cosmopolitan right 185 , 187-8
Cuban missile crisis 191 , 193
culpability 52 , 82 , 97 , 189-90
see also fault
customary law 104 , 106 , 113
Czechoslovakia (Soviet invasion) 117-18
D'Arcy, Eric 28
Dadson principle74 n. 6
De Roose, Frank 54
democracy 148 , 156-7
deontic modalities 20-1
deterrence 12 , 54-5 , 117
Dickinson, Edwin 108
dilemmas see moral dilemmas
Dinstein, Yoram 108 , 118-19
disability (correlate of immunity) 21
domestic analogy 108 , 110 , 141
Dostoevsky 68-9
double effect (doctrine of) 4
duty 17-19 , 22 , 23 , 86
of care 37-8
of rescue 38 , 62
Dworkin, Ronald 24-5 , 31 , 55
Eban, Aba 124
exculpation 26 , 84
excuse 26-8 , 29-30 , 57 , 64 , 84-5 , 87 n. , 89 , 90-6 , 171-2
automatism 27 , 87 , 90
duress 27 , 87 , 91-2 , 171 n. 20
ignorance 27 , 90

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  • War and Self-Defense iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface x
  • Contents xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I Self-Defense 15
  • 1: Rights 17
  • 2: A Model of Defensive Rights 35
  • 3: Consequences and Forced Choice 49
  • 4: Grounding Self-Defense in Rights 70
  • Part II National-Defense 101
  • 5: International Law 103
  • 6: War and Defense of Persons 122
  • 7: War and the Common Life 141
  • 8: War, Responsibility, and Law Enforcement 163
  • 9: Conclusion: Morality and Realism 189
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