Rethinking the Moral Responsibilities Pertaining to the Use of Lethal Force by Police and Combatants

Criminal Justice Ethics 37 (3):262-274 (2018)
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Seumas Miller’s book Shooting to Kill: The Ethics of Police and Military Use of Lethal Force concerns the moral rules applicable to the use of lethal force over three domains: individuals (personal...



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