Arguing About War (2004) collects philosopher Michael Walzers essays on when and why to engage in warfare, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the war on terrorism, and other topics widely discussed since 9/11. Walzer celebrates our military and political leaders increasing use of just war rhetoric, but he fails to explain why it should not be interpreted skeptically.
|Other Independent Review articles by Laurie L. Calhoun|
|Fall 2011||The Silencing of Soldiers|
|Winter 2011||Political Philosophers on War: Arguments inside the Just War Box|
|Winter 2004||The Problem of Dirty Hands and Corrupt Leadership|
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