Humanity, Terrorisms, Terrorist Wars - Prof Ted Honderich
Duration: 1 hour 34 mins 15 secs
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|Description:||Should we proceed, however, by way of some other thinking or practice? Negotiation rather than violence? International law? Human rights? Just war theory? The politics of reality?|
|Collection:||Cambridge Review of International Affairs|
|Publisher:||University of Cambridge|
|Copyright:||Ted Honderich, O.W. Lewis|
|Keywords:||Israel; Palestine; terrorism; morality; ethics; 9/11; afghanistan; philosophy;|
|Abstract:||(1) Zionism: the founding and actually necessary defence of Israel within roughly the original 1948-1967 borders. Right or wrong? Neo-Zionism: the taking since 1967 of at least their autonomy from the Palestinians in the last 1/5th of their historic homeland? (2) Palestinian terrorism? (3) 9/11? Moral responsibility shared by others than the terrorists? (4) Our war in Iraq and the aftermath? (5) Such terrorism as 7/7? (6) Gaza? (7) Afghanistan?
Ted Honderich is Grote Professor Emeritus of the Philosophy of Mind and Logic, University College London and Visiting Professor, University of Bath. His work has been mainly about five things: determinism's truth and its consequences for our lives; the nature of consciousness and its relation to the brain; right and wrong in the contemporary world, in particular with respect to terrorism; the supposed justifications of punishment by the state; and the political tradition of conservatism.
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