A Taste of Armageddon: A Virtue Ethics Perspective on Autonomous Weapons and Moral Injury

Journal of Military Ethics 21 (1):19-38 (2022)

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Autonomous weapon systems could in principle release military personnel from the onus of killing during combat missions, reducing the related risk of suffering a moral injury and its debilita...

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