Hrsg. von Dagmar Kiesel und Cleophea Ferrari
The question of "just war" weaves a complex historical and systematic net between Orient and Occident as well as between antiquity and the present. Christianity and Islam, poetry and philosophy are both faced with the challenge of situating justice in a phenomenon that by its very nature bears the stigma of cruelty, given diverging dogmatic or methodological premises. This volume offers a variety of perspectives on the subject, from the Greek tragedy via Plato, Aristotle and the philosophy in Rome (Cicero) and the late antique Christian discussion (Augustinus) to the question of humanitarian interventions. Another focus is the Islamic debate from the Middle Ages to the present.
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