The Paradox of Self-Defense: Saving Oneself by Harming Another
Lexington Books (2009)
|Abstract||Introduction -- The principles of self-defense -- The leading theories of self-defense -- The doctrine of double effect -- Double effect and common sense morality -- Can double effect justify self-defense? -- Conclusion: Justifying self-defense.|
|Keywords||Self-defense Moral and ethical aspects Violence Moral and ethical aspects Double effect (Ethics|
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|Call number||BJ1459.5.K38 2009|
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