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Title:
Proceedings from The Ethics of War and Pease. 51st Annual Conference of the Societas Ethica, August 21-24, 2014, Maribor, Slovenia
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Editor(s):
Arne Manzeschke: Maximilians-Universität München, Germany Lars Reuter: The Møller Foundation, Copenhagen, Denmark
Year:
2014
No. of pages:
148
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7685-933-9
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
117
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Published:
2015-09-09
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet



The 51st Annual Conference of the Societas Ethica investigated the "Ethics of War and Peace" – an issue which proved much more topical and acute than the board had hoped for. With no claim of covering all, a few countries with pertaining issues of warfare should be named here: Ukraine, Syria, Nigeria, Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan …

A mere hundred years ago, World War I destroyed countries, civilizations, and millions of souls with devestating effect within four years. This centennial did not spur the decision for this topic primarily, but rather the notion that a European Society for the Research of Ethics has to face the reality of war at the gates of Europe and beyond. In recognition of respect of the rich and almost tantallising heritage of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, Maribor in Slovenia was chosen as a fit venue, bearing witness to the inter-culturality and interwoven history of this region. Moreover, with its proximity to Sarajevo, where it all seemingly began, the location brought a certain depth and existiential dimension to the conference, the place itself embodying the shift of borders, populations and the redefinition of countries in the aftermath of the dreadful war in the 1990s.

The Institute Anton Martin Slomsek at Maribor thus served as the perfect conference venue for almost 70 academic from Europe, the USA, South America, Africa, and Australia.

Proceedings from The Ethics of War and Pease. 51st Annual Conference of the Societas Ethica, August 21-24, 2014, Maribor, Slovenia

117:001
Arne Manzeschke, Lars Reuter
Editors’ note and Preface
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117:002
Peter Roži č
When Passions Constitute Peace: Tocquevillian Equality as Political Ethics of Pacificism
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117:003
Jasna Ćurković Nimac
Toward an ethics of memory. Is memory the root cause of violence or a path to violence avoidance?
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117:004
Elke Schwinger
Europäische Traum: Ewiger Frieden, Kriegsunfähigkeit oder nur ein neuer Stil der Weltpolitik?
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117:005
Frederike van Oorschot
Realismus als Kategorie theologischer Friedensethik?
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117:006
Dennis Schönberger
„Si vis pacem, para pacem.” Versöhnungs- und rechtsethische : Impulse der Friedensethik Karl Barths im Blick auf die Legitimität humanitärer Interventionen
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117:007
Peter G. Kirchschläger
Wie kann eine humanitäre Intervention begründet werden?
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117:008
Erwin Bader
Die Wurzeln von Krieg und Frieden
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117:009
Gotlind Ulshöfer
The Responsibility to Protect - A Response
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117:010
Göran Collste
Response to Nigel Biggar’s key note speech In Defence of Just War: the Christian tradition, Controversies, and Current Cases
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117:011
Ayeray Medina Bustos
Paths to Truth, Justice and Reconciliation in Argentina
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117:012
Dubravka Petrović Štefanac
Beiträge der Katholischen Kirche zum Frieden und zur Versöhnung während und nach dem Krieg zur Heimatsverteidigung in den 90er Jahren des letzten Jahrhunderts in Kroatien
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Proceedings from The Ethics of War and Pease. 51st Annual Conference of the Societas Ethica, August 21-24, 2014, Maribor, Slovenia

Author:
Arne Manzeschke, Lars Reuter
Title:
Proceedings from The Ethics of War and Pease. 51st Annual Conference of the Societas Ethica, August 21-24, 2014, Maribor, Slovenia
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