The Politics of Crisis: Machiavelli in the Colonial Fleet

In Jason T. Eberl (ed.), Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy. Blackwell. pp. 40–51 (2007-11-16)
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This chapter contains section titled: “We're in the Middle of a War, and You're Taking Orders from a Schoolteacher?” “While the Chain of Command is Strict, It is Not Heartless. And Neither Am I” Helo's Halo: Can Genocide Ever be Justified? “It's Not Enough to Survive. One Has to be Worthy of Surviving” Notes.

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