Fair. No Jacket. 6 x 9. In fair condition without dust jacket. Text unmarked and crisp. Boards have a surface tear from front to rear across spine where tape was removed and otherwise minor shelfwear. One of the first books by a moral philosopher to discuss the rights and wrongs of specific military incidents.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "THE ETHICS OF WAR AND PEACE is one of the first books by a moral philosopher to discuss the rights and wrongs of specific military incidents from 1914 to the present....The author's moral commitment and ironic sensibility illuminate numerous narrative descriptions of recent historical events. By examining war and ethics under Lackey's guidance, readers will learn what history can teach philosophy, and what philosophy can teach history. " This book has 147 pages. The book has several pages with ink underlining and ink notations, in no way effecting the readability of the text.
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